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The Results are IN for the 2016 Supply Drive

A HUGE Thank You to the amazing customers and community members of Pine River State Bank. Together we were able to raise over $4,000.00 in donations to help our local students. Below are some pictures at our branches of the donations. We could not do this without your generosity. THANK YOU!


Pine River-Backus Schools

Supply Drive - Backus Schools

Breezy Point (Pequot Lakes Schools)

Supply Drive - Breezy Point (Pequot Lakes Schools)

Pillager Area Schools

Supply Drive - Pillager Area Schools

Crosby-Ironton

Supply Drive - Crosby-Ironton

Remer

Supply Drive - Remer

2016 School Supply Drive is ON!

Help a Local Student have what they need to succeed!

Donate a Gently used or new backpack

Make a Monetary Donation, $15 fills a backpack with supplies!

Box of #2 Pencils

2 Highlighters

3 Glue Sticks

Crayola 24pk Crayons

Crayola Classic Markers

3 Dry Erase Markers

Fiskars Scissors

2 3-Ring Binders

Spiral Notebooks

2 Pocket Folders

Kleenex

Clorox Wipes

All Donations will help our Area Students

EVERY DONATION HELPS!


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Community Shred Day is almost here, November 12th Noon-2pm

Pine River State Bank will be holding a Community Shred Day on November 12th from noon to 2:00pm at the Pine River Location. Bring all of your sensitive documents to be securly shredded by PaperStorm. Please call Joanie at 218-587-4463 with any questions!


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