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The Most Wonderful Time
by Allan Rasmussen
Allan Rasmussen, Sr. Executive Vice President Sr. Executive Vice President
Friendswood Downtown Branch Manager

When you’re a kid, time does not exist. You live in the day and everything right in front of you creates a memory. As I have gotten older, I wonder where the time has gone. The years are going by way too fast. I will be celebrating my 20th year with HomeTown Bank on February 8th and I still remember my first day on the job. I have had the time of my life!

Time is a crazy thing. My wife and I have three children. Our oldest son is on the brink of junior high, our youngest son is on the brink of being potty-trained, and our princess is stuck in the middle. Oh, what a time it is! But without a doubt, this is our favorite time of year. On behalf of all of us here at HomeTown Bank, I would like to wish you Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, and memories that will last a lifetime!
Salvation Army Kettle/Bell Ringers

HomeTown Bank “rang the bell” recently for the Salvation Army at Kroger in Galveston. Pictured is Brandon Rogers in front of the bank-sponsored kettle.
HomeTown Bank Holiday Happenings
HomeTown Bank Holiday Happenings
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When Should You set up a Child’s Savings Account?
Determining the right time to establish your child’s financial basics

It’s never too early to start saving money, which is why a growing number of parents are opening savings accounts for their children.
"Wish Comes True" at Regent Care Center of League City

HomeTown Bank recently presented Regent Care Center of League City’s Administrator Tomek Ossoski, joined by various residents, with a “Wish Comes True” check to purchase a fish tank for their residents.

Through a recent partnership with CRA Partners, HomeTown Bank is funding the Senior Crimestoppers program to protect those who live and work in this facility. HomeTown Bank has sponsored local facilities for 5 years.
HomeTown Bank Supports Pearland Chamber of Commerce in Annual Golf Tournament
HomeTown Bank Supports Pearland Chamber of Commerce in Annual Golf Tournament
HomeTown Bank of Pearland supported the Pearland Chamber of Commerce in their annual Golf Tournament with players Mike Orlando, Tommy Bertrand, Kevin Roybler and Pearland branch manager Sean Murphy!
"Share Your Holidays" Food Drive

HomeTown Bank of Galveston partnered again this year with Galveston Independent School District for Channel 13’s “Share Your Holidays” Food Drive. All donations will go to the Galveston County Food Bank. Pictured are Jackie Harris and Brittney Orlando with the gathered donations.
HomeTown Bank Holiday Hours!
HomeTown Bank Holiday Hours!
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HomeTown Bank Supports United Way in Fundraising Campaign
HomeTown Bank Supports United Way in Fundraising Campaign
HomeTown Bank just recently completed a bank-wide fundraising campaign for United Way and raised $35,568.26! Thank you all for your contributions!
"How To Do Your Banking" at Clear Springs High School

League City Branch Manager Bill Provenzano (center) visited and spoke to students at Clear Springs High School in association with the “How To Do Your Banking” curriculum that the Bank sponsored for the class.
HomeTown Bank Supports Gulf Coast Big Brothers/Big Sisters
HomeTown Bank Supports Gulf Coast Big Brothers/Big Sisters and
Alanah Hunt, Alex Rosas, Denise Spruiell, and Jenny Chatman of the downtown Friendswood branch recently “Bowled for Kids’ Sake” and supported Gulf Coast Big Brothers/ Big Sisters!
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