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United Way Campaign - Be the Inspiration
by Liz Birch
Liz Birch, New Account Representative New Account Representative
Chairperson-HomeTown Bank

As this year’s Chairperson, I’m excited to announce that HomeTown Bank is gearing up for our annual United Way Campaign! The slogan for this year is “Be the Inspiration”. At HomeTown Bank, our employees truly have the spirit of being the inspiration for each other and for our communities. The United Way brings out the best in everyone each year. We look forward to raising funds for the United Way and its many partner agencies.

Our campaign will take place October 28th through November 3rd. The week’s activities will include dressing up for theme days such as Sports Day (Go Astros!), Super Hero Day, Hawaiian Day, School Spirit Day, and even Halloween costumes! It’s such a fun-filled week and we get to do all of it for such a great cause!

This year, we will be placing donation jars around the bank. We would love for our customers to help us “Be the Inspiration” and share our many blessings with the less fortunate of our communities. If you happen to stop by during our campaign week please “pardon our wear” as we say, we are just having a little fun to be the inspiration for United Way.

United Way of Galveston
How to Carve the Perfect Pumpkin
Strategies for styling your pumpkin like a pro

With a little knowledge about pumpkin preservation and design, it’s easy to create a spectacularly carved gourd this Halloween.
Closed for Columbus Day!
Happy Columbus Day

HomeTown Bank will be closed Monday, October 8th for Columbus Day.
Pearland Education Foundation Surprise Patrol
Pearland Education Foundation
Donna Rizzo, Vice President at the Pearland branch, recently participated in the Pearland Education Foundation's "Surprise Patrol" day, giving out $106,000 in grants!
Tiffini Hughes Promoted
Tiffini HughesTiffini Hughes has been promoted to Assistant Vice President and Assistant Branch Manager for HomeTown Bank's Galveston Seawall branch. See what Tiffini has to say about working at HomeTown Bank HERE.
Staff Anniversaries!
Belinda and Darline
Belinda Zepeda Celebrates 20 years and Darline Arthur Celebrates 10 years at HomeTown Bank!
Learn more about Belinda HERE.
Learn more about Darline HERE.
The Cost of Moving vs. Home Improvement
Weighing your options between upgrading and moving out altogether

Is packing up and moving the most cost-effective way to put down roots? Or would you be better off trying to make your home improvement project a reality?
How to Determine Whether You're Ready to Retire
Tips for making sure it’s the right time to ride off into the sunset

Regardless of whether or not you’re of retirement age or are thinking of stepping away early, there are some key things you should consider before confirming the start of your next chapter.
Congratulations to Vice President Brandon Rogers
Brandon RogersRogers was chosen as one of the Galveston County Daily News' "Top 40 Under 40"! Read the full article HERE.
2018 Daily News Press Run
The Daily News Press Run 2018
HomeTown Bankers recently supported Newspapers in Education at the 2018 Daily News Press Run organized by the Galveston County Daily News!
HomeTown Bank of Friendswood Bay Area recently sponsored The Brookside Science Magnet Program
Lauren, Graylin, and Joey
Its mission is to provide each student with the opportunity to grow personally and academically in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Asst. Vice President Graylin Beals, center, is a member of the Brookside Science Magnet Improvement Committee for the program. Also pictured is Lauren Ambeau (Principal) and Joey Segura (Science Magnet Liaison).
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