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Paving the WAY on our Road to Recovery
By Jenny Chatman
Jenny Chatman, Assistant Vice President Assistant Vice President

Every year, as autumn approaches, excitement builds around HomeTown Bank in anticipation of our annual United Way fundraising campaign. The bank’s employees begin to select costumes and plan activities for the week-long event.

This year, however, those plans were interrupted. While Hurricane Harvey was approaching, none of us could possibly fathom how much devastation he would leave in his wake. Many of our bank’s employees suffered devastating losses, just as so many others in our communities have. While we, as a bank, continue to support our employees and rebuild our damaged locations, the need in our immediate area makes our contributions to United Way more important than ever before.

Importance of Breast Cancer Screenings
Breast cancer screenings help detect breast cancer before you even notice it

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and, according to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the second leading cause of death among women in the United States. In 2012, breast cancer was the cause of an estimated 783,000 years of potential life lost, making it a serious concern.
"We can always count on HomeTown Bank."

Friendswood Football thanks HomeTown Bank for their continued sponsorship with a token of appreciation.
Welcome, Chris Myers!
HomeTown Bank welcomes Vice President and CIO, Chris Myers.
Welcome, Jim Goebel!
HomeTown Bank welcomes Vice President and Loan Officer, Jim Goebel.
HomeTown Bank of Pearland was proud to attend the 2017 Rotary Club Grid Iron Football Luncheon!

Pictured are Vice President Donna Rizzo and Vice President Sean Murphy. It was a great opportunity to hear about the upcoming High School football season from Mike Allison - Clear Brook High School, James Farmer - Pearland High School, Eric Wells - Dawson High School, Mike Norman - Dobie High School, and Brad Butler - Shadow Creek. Thanks to these coaches for making a difference in the lives of our teenagers. Good luck with this season!
Trick or Treat Safety Tips
Keep your children safe this Halloween with these nine strategies

Halloween should be high on spooky fun and low on safety hazards. Keep your family protected on trick-or-treat night by applying these recommended precautions.
Christina Huerta - 10 Years
Congratulations to Christina Huerta - Celebrating 10 Years with HomeTown Bank!
Pearland HS Cheer Car Wash
Pearland High School Cheerleaders
The Pearland High School cheerleaders recently had their annual car wash at HomeTown Bank of Pearland and raised over $2,500.00!
HomeTown Bank was recently featured by Bank News Media!
CLICK HERE to read the full story.
HomeTown Bank attends the Family Promise of Clear Creek Gala
Clear Creek Gala
Sr. Vice President Bill Provenzano and Vice President Jim Goebel, along with their spouses, attended the Family Promise of Clear Creek Gala and Silent Auction at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church where HomeTown Bank was recognized as a Searchlight Sponsor. Galveston County DA Jack Roady was the event emcee and auctioneer. The Founder of Family Promise, Karen Olson, was the Key Note Speaker.
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