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Huron Valley State Bank Financial Literacy Program Commences

2019-2020 Bank at School Partnership with Five Local Elementary Schools

Huron Valley State Bank (HVSB) and five local elementary schools, Spring Mills, Johnson, Heritage, Country Oaks and Kurtz opened for the first banking day in November for the Bank-At-School program.  This is a student run bank located inside each of the schools that teaches hands-on financial literacy, money management, and provides for a real life banking experience.  Fifth grade students applied and interviewed for positions earlier in the school year and were trained for actual banking jobs to accept money from their fellow classmates to deposit into the bank. The Bank at School program runs once a month in each of the elementary schools from November to May, with a celebration at the

Huron Valley State Bank Employees Provided Five Thanksgiving Food Baskets to Local Families

Employees at Huron Valley State Bank donated items to fill large Thanksgiving baskets with all the fixings for five families in the community.  In early November, the bank kicked off its annual food drive collecting canned, non-perishable food items, fresh potatoes, and pumpkin pies at both of its branches and financial center. The Bank topped off each food basket by providing a voucher for a turkey at The Village Butcher. 

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 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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