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 409-763-1271 November/December 2019

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Teamwork Changes Everything
Liz Birch
Assistant Vice President
United Way Chairperson for HomeTown Bank

As HomeTown Bank’s United Way Chairperson, I’m excited to announce that HomeTown Bank had a successful United Way Campaign! The slogan for this year was” _____ Changes Everything”.  We asked the employees to fill in the blank.  We received many answers – all of which are true.  Some of the responses we received were “kindness”, “hope”, “teamwork”, “a smile”, and many more that are all appropriate.  With this year’s slogan we thought it was a great opportunity to make some changes too and did things a little differently.  We focused on getting more employees to pledge rather than participate in various activities. It was a success and we increased the number of employees that are participating through employee pledging. The United Way brings out the best in everyone each year.

Our campaign took place October 28th through November 1st.  The week included dressing up for theme days such as Sports Day, Think Pink for breast cancer awareness, School Spirit Day, and even Halloween costumes!  Since the Astros were in the World Series, most of the employees rocked their Astros gear for the week.  Paying to wear jeans and be casual while at work is always the biggest hit.  We ended the week by having our annual United Way Bake Sale.  Employees participated in this by baking their favorite goodies and/ or by “buying” their favorite goodies.  Our donation bowl was full before we even opened the doors to our customers.

Thank you to everyone who participated and/ or donated.  There is a tremendous need out there and we are so glad we can help the United Way and all of their partner agencies.  We are excited to do it all again year!

Happy Thanksgiving to You and Your Family from HomeTown Bank!

We will be closed on Thursday, November 27th.
Hope Village of Friendswood

Sr. Executive VP Allan Rasmussen and his daughter Aislee participated in Hope Village’s annual fundraiser- Glitz & Glamour Luncheon and Fashion Show. The models strutted quite professionally for numerous attendees including two sponsored HomeTown Bank tables.
Friendswood Bay Area Celebrates 20 Years!

HomeTown Bank of Friendswood Bay Area proudly celebrated 20 Years in October! Branch manager Steve Owens (right), along with his staff (including Graylin Beals-left and Jennifer Matthews-center), greeted customers with a complimentary lunch and logoed giveaways.
Avannis Surveys

HomeTown Bank cares about your opinion. We have engaged Avannis, a professional research firm, to reach out and ask for your feedback about the service we provide.
UTMB School of Nursing Luncheon

HomeTown Bank recently supported the UTMB School of Nursing at the annual style show and luncheon, attended by Galveston officers.
Nancy Robertson- 30 Years at HomeTown Bank!
A very special congratulations to Nancy Robertson in the Loan department at the League City branch who is celebrating 30 years with HomeTown Bank!
Friendswood Youth Baseball Association

Representing Friendswood Youth Baseball are Alyssa Tjaden and Justin Estopinal with employees of HomeTown Bank (Scott Asimakis, Anita Pohlemann, Denise Spruiell, Allan Rasmussen and Jimmy Rasmussen), who recently presented a donation.
Kidz Harbor Gala

The Annual Gala fundraiser for Kidz Harbor, a temporary emergency shelter and residential therapy group home for young people, was attended by a group of HomeTown Bankers and their guests at a bank-sponsored table.
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