Bank of Luxemburg’s Bellevue branch hosted a neighborhood cookout in June to raise funds for Paul’s Pantry, a locally funded and supported food pantry in Green Bay. The cookout raised $643.75.
Craig Robbins, director of Paul’s Pantry, accepted the donation check from Bank of Luxemburg and brought a few Bank of Luxemburg employees including Rebecca Kiecker, Jessie Jorgenson, and Carl Castelic on a tour of the facility. Robbins was happy to see the support for community residents in general and the pantry program itself. Paul’s Pantry is locally funded and is among the largest food pantries in the country. Robbins noted that the summer tends to be a slow time for donations, so the funds
raised at the cookout will be especially helpful.
Paul’s Pantry is always looking for donations and volunteers to help maintain the success oftheprogram. BankofLuxemburghaslocationsinForestville,Algoma,Green Bay, Dyckesville, and Casco, Wisconsin, to serve all your banking needs and can be found online at www.bankofluxemburg.com for more information.
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