Recent Happenings from September 2015

Community and branch events in your neighborhood.

09/30/2015

North Shore Bank Teams Up to Support the Heart Association

On September 20th, North Shore Bank participated in the Milwaukee Heart & Stroke Walk for the American Heart Association on Milwaukee’s Lakefront. The bank formed four teams - with nearly 60 employees, family members and friends – and raised almost $6,300! This was an outstanding show of support for our first year participating in this very worthwhile cause. We appreciate everyone who walked, donated, and raised funds. View pictures.
 

Good Times at Pulaski Chamber Golf Outing

Business makers were out in full force at the annual Pulaski Chamber Golf Outing, and we were proud to sponsor such a fun event. The beautiful weather helped to make it a good time, as always.
 





Bank Supports “Taking Strides to End Suicide” Walk with Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign

The community came out to support suicide prevention awareness at this year’s “Taking Strides to End Suicide” 5K walk in Kaukauna. The event benefitted the Center for Suicide Awareness, which provides support for those in need, along with education and training. Our Menasha and Appleton branches provided blue pinwheels in honor of those touched by suicide. The pinwheels were placed along the path of the walk. View pictures.
 










Fun for the Whole Family at EBHS’s 8th Annual Wagfest in Brookfield

The 8th Annual Wagfest, benefitting the Elmbrook Humane Society, was a hit for both dogs and their owners. The park was packed with dogs of all sizes enjoying the good weather, yummy treats, and fun activities. We were happy to sponsor such a great event that brings out the whole family. Our North Shore Bank booth gave away treats and prizes to those who spun our wheel, and we gave away a giant cooler full of goodies. View pictures.
 



It was a Super Saturday in Union Grove

The Union Grove Community had a great time participating in this year’s Super Saturday. This year’s theme was superheroes and princesses. Our branch had old-fashioned popcorn and a prize wheel with giveaways. Plus, people were able to meet our seagull mascot, Seymour Savings. View Pictures.

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