Community's annual fall activities.... Total Service helping neighbors.  

 75th Anniversary 2019

Art and Kathleen Anniversary

 

 

 

Community celebrated its 75th anniversary this past fall and continues the tradition of helping our neighbors

Community's Back to School Celebration, Saturday, Aug.24, made sure local kids had what they needed to go back to school.

During Customer Appreciation Days, October 3-5, the bank took the opportunity to thank its customers and invited neighbors and friends to join in their 75th anniversary festivities. Employees and their children greeted and served refreshments to everyone. "Goodie" bags were also handed out and a raffle drawing with 75 prizes of $100 each was held. The annual fall Shred-a-Thon wrapped up the last day of the milestone celebration.

Holiday tree decorating and Toys for Tots drive helped finish the year in the spirit season.

Mark Your 2020 Calendar! Shred-a-Thons May 16 & Oct 3

Photos Shown:

Top - Community celebrated 75 years at Cicero and Belmont this past October.

Second row left - Fall Shred-a-Thon was appreciated by hundreds of local residents.

Second row right - Neighborhood children appreciated the new school supplies they received at Community's annual Back to School Celebration.

Third row left - Customer Appreciation Days were enjoyed by many. See you next year!

Bottom left - Our holiday tree was once again a work of art thanks to local children.

Bottom right - Community employees remembered the kids during the holiday Toys for Tots toy drive.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

40 YEARS OF TOTAL SERVICE

Kathleen McKenna celebrated her 40th anniversary at Community in 2019. She is shown with Art Neville, Community's Chief Lending Officer. Kathleen is the loan department supervisor and senior closer. A few of her duties include preparing mortgage closing documents and quality control for loans. Thank you Kathleen for your dedicated service.

 

Financial services provided for local customers. All accounts must be opened in person. Other terms, conditions and restrictions apply.