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Huron Valley State Bank Once Again Named One of Metro Detroit’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®

Huron Valley State Bank (HVSB) was once again named one of The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® in Metropolitan Detroit.  Only companies that distinguish themselves as having the most innovative and thoughtful human resources approach can be bestowed this honor. These select companies will be honored on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at The Henry Autograph Collection in Southfield.

Huron Valley State Bank Contributes $5,000 to Chill at the Mill

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Huron Valley State Bank contributed $5,000 to Friends of Downtown Highland to demonstrate support of the “Chill at the Mill” to be developed on the property of the Highland Township Public Library.  A big check was presented at The Highland White Lake Business Association monthly coffee hosted at the Highland Township Library on Friday, September 13.

Huron Valley State Bank Celebrates Annual Money Smart Poster Contest

Huron Valley State Bank hosted a poster contest for elementary age students in the Huron Valley district during the month of May. The Bank asked the students to create a poster in response to the phrase, "Saving Money Makes Cents.” There was a $25 cash reward for the best poster by grade level and a grand prize cash award of $100. Posters were submitted at the end of the month, judged by employees of the bank and displayed at the Highland and Milford Branch for two weeks. The poster winners are as follows:

Huron Valley State Bank Employees Complete CPR AED Training

Each year, more than more than 350,000 people in the United States experience a cardiac arrest outside of a hospital, according to the American Heart Association. Unless cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is performed and an automated external defibrillator (AED) is used to shock the heart, a person can die within minutes.

Earlier this month twelve employees of Huron Valley State Bank completed CPR and AED training. The training was conducted by Amy Goan, Assistant Chief of the Milford Fire Department.  Employees had to complete an online segment prior to the hands-on class for certification. 


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