Recent Happenings from March 2016

News from around and within the communities we serve.


Sturgeon Bay Bake Sale Raises $1,665 for Victims of Fire

Bake SaleAfter a fire at the Orchard Estates apartment complex displaced a number of families and residents, our Sturgeon Bay East branch organized a bake sale on March 4 to raise funds to help. The community came together to help with the event for a good cause. The bake sale raised $1,665, and North Shore Bank contributed another $500. Prince of Peace Lutheran Church opened an account to accept donations for victims of the fire and all the money made from the bake sale was donated to help with the relief fund for families in need. We are thankful to those who supported our bake sale fundraiser and the victims of the Orchard Estates apartment fire in Sturgeon Bay. View photos.

Many Questions Answered at Mortgage Lending Seminars

SeminarIn February and March, North Shore Bank held “Get Smart” seminars to help educate the public about home buying and selling. We offered presentations on a variety of topics that allowed attendees to learn more about their credit and things like how to properly stage a home, and when and when not to update your home when you’re looking to sell. We also discussed new mortgage regulations and the right time to get started on the mortgage process. Thank you to everyone who attended. Our mortgage lending team is eager to offer their expert guidance and insight anytime you need it. Find a lender near you or visit our website to learn more and apply for a mortgage loan

Employees Break Out Their Blue for Colon Cancer Awareness

Colon Cancer AwarenessEmployees wore dark blue on March 4 in support of Colon Cancer Awareness Day. Here are some of the photos. Colon cancer is the third-most common cancer in the United States and the second leading cause of cancer death. But it is very preventable with regular screenings. If you are between 50 and 75, get screened for colorectal cancer regularly. Learn more here.

Howard-Suamico Celebrates Grand Opening with Prizes, Singing, and Fun

Howard-Suamico Grand OpeningOn March 12, our Howard-Suamico branch celebrated its grand opening with festivities and fun for hundreds of people. At the event, the bank gave away thousands of dollars worth of prizes, including a landscape makeover and travel voucher. Elsa and Anna also showed up for a sing-along, and Bay Port High School’s robotics club held a cookout fundraiser. It was a busy, fun-filled day, and the bank is happy to welcome the dozens of new banking relationships that were made since opening the doors for the bank’s newest office.

North Shore Bank Announced as Presenting Sponsor for Taste of Wisconsin

Taste of WisconsinWe hope you will join us for Taste of Wisconsin July 29, 30, and 31, 2016. North Shore Bank is excited to be the presenting sponsor of this entertainment packed event on the shores of Lake Michigan in Kenosha. Mark your calendars and come out to savour the flavours and cultures of Wisconsin. With over 50 vendors, four beverage gardens, and countless opportunities for your taste buds to celebrate. The weekend line-up includes live music on four stages, dozens of acts, and musical genres to suit all tastes. Plus, don't miss the chef demonstrations, kids' activities and more. 

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