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  • August 2, 2017 - Giving Back to Benzie Senior Resources

    HONOR, MI - Honor Bank continues to celebrate its 100-year anniversary during 2017 by supporting a different local, non-profit agency each month with volunteer hours and donations collected from employees and customers. The Benzonia Branch Office staff are the Champions for August and will plan events to support the Benzie Senior Resources Center.

     

    “We are proud to continue our anniversary celebration of our 100 Years of Looking Forward while Giving Back to Our Communities,said Michael Worden, President and CEO of Honor Bank. “Our employees have selected non-profit agencies located in one of our communities, and each month we are spotlighting an agency by donating our time and gathering resources to help them.”

     

    The first event planned is the Benzie Senior Resources Walk-A- Thon, scheduled for Saturday, August 5 at Frankfort Bellows Park on Crystal Lake, with team and individual registration between 7:30 am and 9 am. The Walk-A-Thon will begin at 9 am.

     

    “The annual Walk-A-Thon is a morning of fun, friendship, caring and giving to support our seniors,” said Honor Bank’s Vice President and Event Champion Nancy Coalter. “This event is a major source of funding for the Benzie Senior Resource Center.”

     

    The Benzie Senior Resource Center is located in Honor, Mich.  The Walk-A-Thon Teams will walk, run, or bike six miles along the shores of Crystal Lake with stopping points along the way. It will happen rain or shine beginning at 9 am on August 5. The funds raised by the Walk-A-Thon help to provide in-home care, meals, transportation and more, allowing individuals to stay in their homes. See www.benzieseniorresources.org for more information on the Walk-A-Thon and the Benzie Senior Resource Center.

     

    “Our goal is get 10 Honor Bank walkers to raise $1000 to Benefit Benzie Senior Resources, a non-profit organization serving the seniors of Benzie County,” said

     

    Honor Bank’s Event Champion Lucie Scholten. “We will continue to fundraise for Benzie Senior Resources the entire month of August with a bake sale on August 11.  Each Honor Bank branch will collect cash donations for “shoes” to be hung on the wall with the name of the donor.

     

    In addition, each Honor Bank branch will collect items for the seniors like calendars, ornaments, crossword/word search puzzles, Kleenex, socks, shampoo, toilet paper, hats, lap blankets, tea bags and flashlights.  Honor Bank welcomes any of these items to be dropped off at a favorite Honor Bank location.

     

    “As the local community bank, we have a great group of employees and customers who sincerely care about our communities,” said Worden.  “We are all honored to celebrate our anniversary throughout the year by Giving Bank to Our Communities, and Benzie Senior Resources.”

     

    You can find the complete schedule Honor Bank’s employees created for their Giving Bank to Our Communities.

  • June 1, 2017 - Giving Back to Michigan Blood

    HONOR, MI - Honor Bank continues to celebrate its 100-year anniversary during 2017 by supporting a different local, non-profit agency each month with both volunteer hours and donations collected from Honor Bank employees and customers.

     

    “As the local community bank, we are celebrating 100 Years of Looking Forward while Giving Back to Our Communities,” said Michael Worden, President and CEO of Honor Bank. “Honor Bank employees have selected non-profit agencies located in one of our communities, and each month we are spotlighting an agency by donating our time and gathering resources to help the agency.”

     

    Honor Bank’s June non-profits of the month are Michigan Blood and the Benzie County Baby Pantry located at St. Philips church in Beulah. Honor Bank’s Event Champions from the Traverse City Branch office and Loan Center in Beulah are Rachel Morris, Kayla Pullis, Susan Wilkins and Rebecca Hall. Their goals are to team up with MI Blood and get 100 attempted blood donations between both locations, which will equal 100 pints of blood. The blood donated goes to local hospitals in Michigan. For those who are unable to give blood can donate items to the County Baby Pantry located at St. Philips church in Beulah. Items may be dropped off at any Honor Bank branch.“

     

    We will have a drive at both the Loan Center in Beulah and the Traverse City Marketplace Branch” said Kayla Pullis. “Because many people are unable to donate blood, we are also encouraging people to donate 100 items for the Benzie County Baby Pantry. We will have hotdogs, snacks and raffles for those who donate. MI Blood also puts those who donate blood into a statewide raffle.”

     

    100 Pints for 100 Years Blood Drive and Baby Pantry Drive

    • June 12 – Blood Drive at Marketplace Office in Traverse City
    • June 14 – Blood Drive at Loan Center in Beulah (World Blood day)
    • Mid-June will be focused on donations for the Baby Pantry at both offices

     “We have such a great group of employees and customers who sincerely care about our communities,” said Worden.  “We are all honored to celebrate our anniversary throughout the year by Giving Bank to Our Communities.”

     

    For more information about Michigan Blood please see http://www.miblood.org and for more information on the Benzie County Baby Pantry please see http://www.edwm.org/parish_ministries_st_philips_beaulah.
     

  • May 31, 2017 - Launch of Next-Gen ATM at Lake Ann Branch

    LAKE ANN, MI – Honor Bank will unveil its first next generation ATM at its Lake Ann branch with a ribbon cutting and cookout on Tuesday, June 6, starting at 11:30 a.m.

     

    The new ATM features conveniences such as not needing an envelope to make deposits. Customers may simply place their cash and checks directly into the terminal. The ATM also prints images of all checks deposited on the receipt, for the added assurance that the deposit was accepted. 

     

    “Our goal is to provide Lake Ann area residents and businesses with fast, easy and safe banking” said Mike Worden, President & CEO of Honor Bank. “We choose Lake Ann as the location for the Bank’s first investment into this technology because of our commitment to the community.”

  • May 4, 2017 - Giving Back to Benzie County Animal Control

    HONOR, MI – Honor Bank is celebrating its 100-year anniversary during 2017 by supporting a different local, non-profit agency each month with both volunteer hours and donations collected from Honor Bank employees and customers.

     

    “In the true spirit of local community banking, we are celebrating 100 Years of Looking Forward while Giving Back to Our Communities,” said Michael Worden, President and CEO of Honor Bank. “Honor Bank employees have selected 10 non-profit agencies located in one of our communities, and each month we will spotlight an agency by donating our time and gathering resources to help the selected agency.”

     

    Honor Bank’s May non-profit of the month is Benzie County Animal Control. The goal is to raise awareness and help the shelter find a loving home for every animal in Benzie County. Honor employees will volunteer at the shelter to help bathe, walk, and spend time with the animals. The Bank will also collect various pet supplies during the month and will display a “Pet of The Week” poster in the Honor Branch lobby as well as on social media. See their website for more information on the adoption application.

     

    “We will be accepting donations of dog and cat food, (paws and claws food upsets their stomachs, so they’ve asked that we do not donate this brand) as well as cleaning supplies such as paper towel, cat litter, air fresheners, laundry soap, and dish soap for the entire month of May,” said Alyssa Waldo, Honor Bank Assistant Branch Manager. “We are also selling candy bars for a donation of $1 or more.”

     

    Anyone who donates in May is entered into a drawing to win one of two prizes. There is also a drawing for kids. They will have four coloring pages that they can color, turn in, and the Bank will post the picture in the Honor Bank lobby and enter them into the drawing. Anyone who donates will get their name put on a “paw print” to display in the lobby. The drawings will be held on June 7. Pictures of the prizes will be posted in the lobbies.

     

    “Benzie County Animal Control not only adopts the pets out, but finds stray animals as well as lost pets,” said Waldo. “They do everything in their power to make sure the animals are well taken care of, and team up with Benzie County Animal Welfare League to ensure that any emergency surgery needed is performed. This is a wonderful cause for the welfare of all animals in Benzie county!”

     

    The animal shelter only receives $250 per month and is county run. With over 150 dogs and 120 cats per year being adopted, compared to the price of these supplies, the Bank’s support is much appreciated.

     

    “We have such a great group of employees and customers who sincerely care about our communities,” said Worden.  “It’s only natural that we honor our anniversary throughout the year by Giving Bank to Our Communities.”

     

    You can find the complete schedule Honor Bank’s employees created for their Giving Bank to Our Communities at What's Happening at Honor Bank.

  • April 27, 2017 - Giving Back to Betsie Valley District Library

    HONOR, MI – Honor Bank is celebrating its 100-year anniversary during 2017 by supporting a different local, non-profit agency each month with both volunteer hours and donations collected from Honor Bank employees and customers.

     

    “In the true spirit of local community banking, we will celebrate 100 Years of Looking Forward while Giving Back to Our Communities,” said Michael Worden, President and CEO of Honor Bank. “Honor Bank employees have selected 10 non-profit agencies located in one of our communities, and each month we will spotlight an agency by donating our time and gathering resources to help the selected agency.”

     

    Honor Bank’s Copemish Branch chose the Betsie Valley District Library as the non-profit organization for the month of March and called it Community Care. The goal was to reach $1,000 and collect new, hardcover children’s books. 

     

    Literacy was Honor Bank’s primary focus and to encourage people to donate a new children’s hardcover book, the bank created and handed out book marks that said, ‘An Investment in Knowledge Always Pays the Best Interest.’ Another focus of Honor Bank’s Community Care was to help those in the community that do not have access to a computer or Internet service. 

     

    “The Library has several computers and Internet access so with the help of the librarians, Honor Bank’s Copemish staff taught two Internet Banking workshops which gave people an opportunity to use the computers and Internet available,” said Laurie Draeger, Honor Bank Branch Manager.  “Our staff helped customers setup their Internet banking, access their accounts, maneuver within the site and answer any questions they had about online banking.”

     

    Honor Bank also participated in the Book Carnival at the Mills Community Center as guest readers at the Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Birthday Celebration at the Betsie Valley District Library. Bank volunteers took cash donations and book donations and gave participants the opportunity to win one of two gift baskets.

     

    “In finalizing the Community Care, we are excited to announce that we exceeded our goal of $1,000 and ended up collecting $1,037.50 in cash and a total of 104 new children’s books,” said Draeger. “We presented the Betsie Valley District Library with the check and books and announced the winners of the gift baskets on Thursday, April 13. We really want to thank everyone who participated and gave to such a great cause!”

     

    “We have such a great group of employees and customers who sincerely care about our communities,” said Worden.  “It’s only natural that we honor our anniversary throughout the year by Giving Bank to Our Communities.”

     

    You can find the complete schedule Honor Bank’s employees created for their Giving Bank to Our Communities at What's Happening at Honor Bank.

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