The Bank of Elk River
During the month of April, The Bank of Elk River’s Zimmerman office has been offering free breakfast to celebrate Community Banking Month. Dine in or take it to eat on the run. Breakfast is available 7 to 9 a.m. Fridays. The Zimmerman office is located at 26319 Second St. E....Read More
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The Bank of Elk River’s ownership announces the addition of Catherine M. Babcock to the bank’s board of directors. She has a background in communications, public relations and nonprofit work. John Babcock, chairman of the board, said: “I am pleased with the addition of Catherine to the board....Read More
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Glen Hardin has been promoted to director of commercial lending at The Bank of Elk River. Hardin has been in the banking industry for more than 36 years, spending the last 32 years assisting local businesses with their borrowing needs. “Glen has the expertise and leadership skills to continue the ...Read More
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by Jim Boyle Editor A funeral service was held Saturday, June 30, for Thomas Jay McNair, a longtime Elk River resident and community banker whose passion for Elk River gave him the drive to lead the effort to restore the Handke Stadium in Elk River, clean up the Mississippi river bed and do whatever...Read More
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The Bank of Elk River’s fourth annual FREEbreakfastFRIDAYS continues through the end of April. Stop by The Bank of Elk River’s Main Street office from 7–9 a.m. Friday mornings for a free breakfast to celebrate Community Banking Month....Read More
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Anessa DeMers has won the annual Chase Korte Peace Essay contest. This year’s awards were held Wednesday, March 21 in the Zabee Theater. The guest speaker was Joel Korte, ERHS class of 2002 and the brother of Chase. He also sang and performed two songs: “Brother” and “The Field.” “This m...Read More
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The Bank of Elk River has donated $14,000 to support several Elk River Parks and  Recreation 2012 community events. As in prior years, the bank will be the exclusive sponsor of the Riverfront Concert Series, Kidstock, Chalk It Up and the Elk River Farmers Market, according to Elk River Parks and Re...Read More
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The Elk River City Council has passed a resolution ackowledging The Bank of Elk River’s contributions to parks and recreation events. The bank donated $14,000 this year to be used for exclusive sponsorship of the 2011 River’s Edge Concert Series, Farmers Market, Chalk-It-Up and Kidstock special ...Read More
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