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

Employees at Huron Valley State Bank donated items to fill large Thanksgiving baskets with all the fixings for four 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 loan center. The Bank topped off each food basket by providing a voucher to purchase a turkey at The Village Butcher. 

“This is truly an employee driven, community give back program,” said Jack Shubitowski, President and CEO. “Families were able to receive food not only for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, but also enough non-perishable food items to last for several days. Our employees kindness and support helped these families.”

The Thanksgiving Food Basket program was started in 2014 by Susan Bowen, Vice President of Mortgage Lending.  It began with providing two baskets for the community and has grown over the past couple of years.  “We just want to spread joy to these families this holiday season, and hope over the years we can provide to even more families,” said Susan. 

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