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Huron Valley State Bank Opens New ATM

Ceremonial Ribbon Cutting Took Place on September 19, 2017

Huron Valley State Bank hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Grand Re-Opening Celebration on Tuesday, September 19 for the newest Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) located across the parking lot directly in front of Holden’s Party Store. The original ATM was attached to the storefront which was destroyed by the fire that took place on September 2, 2015. The new and improved ATM was designed to provide easy access to commuters on Milford Road and provide consumers visiting Holden’s with a convenient way to access money.

Huron Valley State Bank Hosts Document Shredding Event

August 15, 9:00 – 11:00 am at Milford and Highland Branches

Huron Valley State Bank will host a community document shredding event that will take place on Tuesday, August 15, from 9:00 am – 11:00 am at the Milford and Highland Branches. The community is welcomed to shred confidential documents safely and securely free of charge (up to four banker boxes per person or business, and up to shredding truck capacity). The shredding event is taking place on the same day as the bank’s 12 year anniversary.

Huron Valley State Bank Celebrates 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 Bank at School Partnerships

Huron Valley State Bank (HVSB) and three local elementary schools, Spring Mills, Johnson, and Heritage 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 where all student bank customers and bankers enjoy food, fun and fellowship.

Huron Valley State Bank Employees Give Back to the Community Casual For A Cause Program Raises over $1,500

 As a community bank, the employees of Huron Valley State Bank embrace giving back to the community. The monthly “Casual for a Cause” program occurs the last Friday of every month which allows bankers to dress casually and collectively contribute to worthwhile causes. In 2016, the bank raised over $1,500 in monetary donations.

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