Recent Happenings from December 2015

Community and branch events in your neighborhood.

12/18/2015

Bank Sponsors 11th Racine and Kenosha Money Conference

Money ConferenceNorth Shore Bank employees from presented a seminar and provided a booth at this year’s money conference hosted by Asset Builders to teach financial literacy. This event catered to individuals of all ages, with financial education classes for both adults and children. We encouraged participants to set budgets and build wealth through fun, interactive activities.
 



Another Grand Time at the 45th Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade

The Appleton community came out for a great night of holiday fun at the 45th Annual Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade. There were wonderful holiday-themed floats, including our very own North Shore Bank float with our seagull mascot, Seymour Savings and Fang from the Timber Rattlers, and bank employees with their families. Everyone was in the festive spirit and we thank all those who participated and came out to watch the parade. We’re proud to sponsor such a terrific event every year.
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North Shore Bank Lends Support to Celebrate the Season

Our branches worked with their local communities to spread holiday cheer this season with various events and donation drives across the state. Racine and Kenosha County offices and our Northeast Wisconsin branches held Toys for Tots collections, which provided new toys for families in need. Other branches held bake sales and other fundraisers to support and raise money for local charities.
 



Brookfield Employees Participated in a Season of Giving Fundraiser for Seniors

North Shore Bank’s corporate office and Brookfield Square branch held a Season of Giving holiday party to collect items and money for local senior centers. The bank had a Giving Tree decorated with gift tags listing items in need for Interfaith Senior Programs and Hartland Hospice. Employees brought in those gifts and goodies on the day of the holiday party and filled 6 boxes and bags full of donations. In total, $850 dollars was donated along with the items and almost $800 worth of gift cards for the local seniors in need. The office also came together to make 40 fleece tie blankets and decorate over 100 holiday door hangers and enjoys some holiday cheer. We’re honored to have such a great team working together to help those in need in our community!  View Pictures.

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