Recent Happenings from October 2015

Community and branch events in your neighborhood.


Hot Diggity Dog Fundraiser Held for EBHS
PuppyOur corporate offices held a fundraising event to support the Elmbrook Humane Society. Our employees raised $820 for the EBHS and donated four boxes full of items on the organization’s wish list. We held a delicious picnic lunch with fun games, like Plinko and Ring Toss. We even had some furry friends stop by – popular guests from the EBHS, Bobby and Bounce. View Pictures.

Fun at North Shore Bank’s Milwaukee County Zoo Family Free Day
Fun at the Milwaukee County ZooNorth Shore Bank’s Family Free Day on Oct. 10 had an amazing turnout. The weather was beautiful and guests were excited to experience one of Milwaukee’s greatest attractions and see its newest addition, the baby giraffe. Our booth was busy with kids receiving Seymour Savings tattoos, Halloween treat bags, and coloring sheets. Zoo-goers were also able to have their picture taken in our free photo booth full of fun seasonal props, which was a hit with families. View Pictures.

9th Annual Harvest Fest in Sussex
Teddy bear, teddy bearOur Sussex office held its 9th Annual Harvest Fest on Oct. 17. The community joined in the free fun and activities, which included complimentary pumpkins for kids, seasonal refreshments, and games. The biggest hit for everyone seemed to be the face painting! View Pictures.

North Shore Bank Sponsors Zoo Boo at NEW Zoo
North Shore Bank's Zoo Boo at the NEW ZooOnce again this year’s Zoo Boo at the NEW Zoo was packed with fun all three weekends. Families showed up in their best Halloween costumes and kids had the chance to trick-or-treat throughout the zoo during the second, third, and fourth weekends of October. The bank’s booth had fun games, prizes, and a free photo booth with spooky props. We love sponsoring such a great event that the whole family can enjoy. 

Grafton Brat Fry Benefits Adult Literacy Center
Grafton Brat FryThe sun was shining for the bank’s Brat Fry in Grafton. Many gathered to enjoy tasty treats, including brats that were grilled to perfection. All the proceeds from the food sold were donated to the Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County. The ALC helps provide educational services to adult learners in order to pursue and achieve their goal. We are proud to sponsor such a great organization. 

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