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Huron Valley State Bank Supports Money Smart Week

Money Smart Week, a nationally-sponsored campaign dedicated to helping families better manage their financial resources is held the last week of April. To support this program, Huron Valley State Bank hosted a poster contest for elementary age students in the Huron Valley district and presented a segment on financial literacy to families at the Highland White Lake Business Association’s Money Camp.

Huron Valley State Bank Celebrates

Another Year Of Bank at School Partnerships

Huron Valley State Bank (HVSB) and four local elementary schools, Spring Mills, Johnson, Heritage and Country Oaks celebrated the success of the Bank-At-School program.  This is a student run bank located inside of the school that teaches hands-on financial literacy, money management, and provides for real life banking experience.  Students applied and interviewed for positions earlier in the year, and were trained for actual banking positions to accept money from their fellow classmates to deposit into the bank. The schools celebrate the end of the year program with a ceremonial pizza party at which all student bank employees and customers enjoy lunch, games and prizes. 

Plant Investment Seeds Now For Tomorrow

Great Rates on Certificates of Deposit

The bank is offering great rates on Certificates of Deposit. You can earn 1.35%  APY* on a 9 month CD, 1.80% APY* on a 15 month CD, and 2.10% APY* on a 27 month CD. In addition to CD’s the bank offers other investment products including money markets and IRA’s. Huron Valley State bank takes pride in being a full service community bank. From youth savings accounts to business lending, we will create a financial relationship that is tailored to your unique needs. 

Huron Valley State Bank Employees Give Back to the Community

Casual For A Cause Program Raises over $1,800

Once a month, Huron Valley State Bank holds a special Casual for a Cause (Jean’s Day).  This program allows employees to wear jeans in exchange for providing a donation for the designated charitable cause.  The causes are either for an individual in need or a large scale community program.  In 2017, the Casual for A Cause program raised over $1,800.

The Huron Valley Promise

For Incoming Kindergarten Students

The Huron Valley Promise was created in 2009 by a group of area business, education, government and civic leaders dedicated to improving the future of all Huron Valley students and the Huron Valley community. It is a financial support system designed to initiate savings accounts to be used for post secondary education. It provides a one time grant toward the child's education. 

To be eligible, parents must have a child who is 6 years of age or younger entering the Huron Valley Schools District. The parents must open a 529 Michigan Education Savings Program account for their child with a $25 minimum deposit. Those that have applied will receive a $200 one time contribution from the Huron Valley Promise. (If the families have already started a 529 State Sponsored Savings Program they can receive a $100 grant). 

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