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Huron Valley State Bank Announces the Partnership with Kurtz Elementary School

Huron Valley State Bank is pleased to announce the partnership with Kurtz Elementary School for the “Bank at School” program. The bank opened for business on Wednesday, March 20 after a ceremonial Ribbon Cutting at 9:15 am, and will operate the third Wednesday of the month.  This is the fifth elementary school partnership for Huron Valley State Bank. 

Lori Verbrugge Announced Her Retirement From Huron Valley State Bank

Lori Verbrugge, Senior Vice President of Retail Operations announces her retirement effective May 31, 2019.  During her 14 years at Huron Valley State Bank, Lori was involved in many areas of the bank including Operations, Retail, and Administration, Human Resources, Compliance and Marketing. The Huron Valley community was also well served by her dedication. She served on the boards of Milford Business Association and Huron Valley Council for the Arts.Read more

Use your Huron Valley State Bank Mastercard® For a Chance to be Surprised

Summer 2019 Program

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Use your Huron Valley State Bank Mastercard for a chance to be surprised with a trip to Miami. Now until September 30, 2019, every time you make a purchase with your Mastercard you will get a chance to fly away to Miami, or one of four other incredible destinations. Plus,
get a chance to receive a $500 statement credit from Mastercard.

Huron Valley State Bank Employees Give Back to the Community

Casual for a Cause Program Raises over $1,600

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 2018, the Casual for A Cause program raised over $1,600. 
 

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. 

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