October 1, 2019
MidCountry Bank is pleased to offer both financial support and a volunteer crew to make a new home a reality for a local Glencoe family. Partnering with Habitat for Humanity and other local community organizations, MidCountry understands the significance of a safe and healthy home. This build, expected to be completed by April 2020 will be handicap accessible, a feature crucial to meet the needs of the new homeowners with two young children.
Payton Eastman, Ag Banker for MidCountry Bank, sits on the board of directors for the Crow River Habitat for Humanity. Payton shared, “We are excited to involve a new community in this project, as it has been over 7 years since we have built in Glencoe. We encourage community members to participate by volunteering time and talents to complete this home.” Visit www.crhfh.org for more information.
(LR) Nicole Grobe, Glencoe Branch Manager; Lori Mittelsteadt, Executive Director Crow River Habitat for Humanity; Payton Eastman, Ag Banker; Nikki Willemssen, Hutchinson Branch Manager
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