2023 Shred Day & Community Banking Month
What can be shredded?
Pay stubs, bank statements, ATM receipts, and old tax returns are a few common examples, but any paper document that contains confidential or personally identifiable information (PII) should be shredded rather than thrown in the trash.
Staples and paper clips are ok, but no other sharp, metal objects.
Electronic media and hard drives cannot be shredded and should not be brought to our Community Shred Day.
What is Community Banking Month?
April is Community Banking Month, a time to highlight the vital role that community banks serve in the economic, civic, and cultural life of their communities throughout America.
Why are Community Banks special?
- We are the primary funding source for most local construction projects and residential mortgages.
- We make significant financial donations to local charitable, school, and professional organizations.
- We support many of the area’s small businesses.
- Local residents control the bank as shareholders and/or account holders.
- We give customers relationship-based banking experience, superior customer service and the pride that comes with reinvesting in your community.