Lena, Illinois – Citizens State Bank is celebrating Community Banking Month and Money Smart Week (April 21 – 28) with a free Community Shred Day at its Lena location. Shred Days are a great way to reduce the risk of identity theft and to help the environment through recycling unwanted documents.
“Documents like bank and credit card statements, tax and other financial records, and healthcare paperwork are all targets for identity thieves,” said CSB President and CEO Amy Baker. “Now, while people are thinking about spring cleaning, we’re happy to help people safeguard their private information while they’re reducing paper clutter. We are proud to offer this service free of charge as a way to serve our communities.”
The public is invited to bring paper documents to be destroyed (maximum 100 lbs. per person) from 9 – 11 a.m. Saturday, April 28 to the Citizens State Bank Lena location – 102 W. Main Street.
Citizens State Bank is an independent, locally-owned community bank that has made our customers our top priority since the 1880’s. With locations in Lena, Stockton, and Freeport, we offer a full range of financial services and the promise of always being confident, courteous, and close by. All business decisions are made locally by people who live and work where our customers do, allowing us the flexibility to customize our diverse products and services to meet our customers’ specific needs. In addition to our personal and business banking, mortgage and consumer loans, trust and investment services, we are proud to be the largest commercial bank ag lender in northwest Illinois. Learn more online at www.csbnow.com.
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