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Bank Makes Final Reinvestment for the 2017 Year

Published: 12/27/2017
Published in: Press Release

Tioga, ND, Dec. 27, 2017 - The Bank of Tioga wrapped up its 2017 community reinvestment efforts with a $3,500 gift to the Tri-County Ministerial Helping Hands to help local families in need.

"We are pleased to provide assistance to an organization that focuses on helping people in need." Said David Grubb, Market President. 

Some of the more recent things the organization has done includes providing winter clothes and supplies, emergency utility assistance, and assisting with medical costs for those less fortunate. The needs generally become known to the board by word of mouth, those that come through the community churches, and social service referrals from the community and local elderly care center.

To learn more about the Tri-County Ministerial Helping Hands contact Pastor Zachariah Shipman, Board President at (701) 965-6074.

Additionally, The Bank of Tioga recently finished its "8 Days of Giving" social media campaign on Friday, Dec. 22 which allowed community members to vote for one organization to recieve an additional $500 community reinvestment gift online. The winners selected by the community were the Tioga and Crosby Theaters, which were announced on Dec. 23, 2017 on the bank's Facebook page.

Nearly $100,000 was distributed to the Tioga and Crosby area community in 2017 as part of the bank's community reinvestment efforts.

Pictured above: Pastor Emily Shipman; Pastor Zachariah Shipman, President; Amy Larsen-Buck, The Bank of Tioga Consumer Credit Relationship Manager; and Holly Anderson, Care Center Chaplain.

The Bank of Tioga is a community bank that values citizenship, exceptional client service, serving as a business leader in its community. Committed to supporting local organizations, the bank reinvests 10% of their net income back to the community. The Bank of Tioga, with $375 million in assets, was chartered in 1951 and was acquired by TS Banking Group in 2014. Branch locations include Tioga and Crosby, North Dakota. For more information visit