Each year the Knights of Columbus hold a National Essay writing contest. This year St. Michael's Church in Remus took part in this great project. Brooke Ray of St. Michaels School in Remus is the local winner of the contest with her entry "What is Patroitism?". For her effort she was awarded $50 and her essay will be forwarded to the National Competition! Pictured here are Bob Klimczak, Branch Manager of the Canadian Lakes office, and Karen McKenzie, Branch Manager from the Remus office awarding Brooke with her $50 prize. Great job Brooke and good luck at Nationals!!
Click here to view Brooke's entire essay: What is Patriotism?
The Village of Howard City sponsors a snowman decorating contest during their annual Winterfest celebration. This year due to the lack of snow, participants were forced to get creative and use cardboard cut outs and other materials to decorate other favorite winter characters. This is Firstbank’s Petrie the Penguin who took home 2nd place! Way to go Petrie!
Remus Heritage Days was held in Remus on the weekend of July 15 and 16.
Some of the Remus employees with Fortune Freddy
(left to right) Mo Simon, Amy Noggle, Brandy Skinner, Char Snider, and Joyce Kain
The group that walked or rode in the parade with Fortune Freddy.
The Kelly Miller Circus is coming to Howard City!
August 26th the Kelly Miller Circus will be in town for two exciting shows; 4:30pm and 7:30pm. In preperation for the big event Carlie and Charlie the Clowns are going to be visiting Firstbank on August 11th from 12:30pm to 1:30pm. Bring your children into our branch for free photographs with two fun-loving clowns! Also enjoy some fresh popped popcorn while you visit.
We look forward to seeing you!
Howard City Branch 830 West Shaw Street Howard City, MI 49329
Our first Shred Day, which provided free document shredding to the community, was held on Friday, June 17th.