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Meet some of the Harlem Ambassadors
http://thecabin.net/news/2014-01-25/meet-some-harlem-ambassadors
Tickets can be purchased in advance at all Faulkner County First Security Bank, Simmons First National Bank, and Summit Bank branches. Tickets are also available at Gary Cox, CPA (811 Parkway); the and at the Faulkner County 

Bulletin Exclusive: Living in the shadow of cancer
http://www.baxterbulletin.com/article/20140125/NEWS01/301250034
Friends of Kelly and her family have set up an account at First Security Bank. Kelly is grateful to the community for the financial help she's already received. “This community has really helped me and my family,” Kelly said. “I can't even express the

Sanson begins campaign for County Treasurer
http://thecabin.net/news/local/2014-01-25/sanson-begins-campaign-county-treasurer
He was previously employed with First Security Bank and Merrill Lynch. Sanson has said that he running for the office because he “wanted to give back to his community and work for the citizens of Faulkner County.” His experience includes budgeting and 

Banking on Christmas joy
http://www.desototimes.com/articles/2014/01/22/news/doc52b8ea2d1877a920563437.txt
First Security Bank Branch Manager Pat Dorr and the Eloise McClinton Head Start Center have partnered together for nearly 20 years to find a needy family and buy Christmas gifts for the kids. This year, Amberlynn Bratton and her four children are

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Cottonwood's Wells Fargo closes, takes with it 43 years of local hometown history

— The Cottonwood Wells Fargo branch closed permanently Wednesday, Nov. 8.

It was 43 years ago in 1974 when First Security Bank built a building on Cottonwood’s Main Street and opened its doors to local patrons.

The 2,850 square-foot building cost $178,000 to build and consisted of brick walls, a mixture of carpet and quarry tile and three teller stations, as well as a vault/safety deposit box area, private workrooms and offices and basement. The contractor for the job was Construction Development Company out of Spokane, Wash., with many local people working on all aspects of the building.

Newspaper articles from the Cottonwood Chronicle and a First Security newsletter reads, “the entire structure will be air conditioned and heated by modern central heating and cooling equipment …. The new bank has been designed to take advantage of the latest technical advances in layout and banking machinery.

Benefit set Jan. 24 for former FHS teacher

A chili feed benefit for Parker Williams, former Frazee High School teacher, and basketball, wrestling, baseball and football coach, will be held at the Holmes Theatre Ballroom, 806 Summit Ave., Detroit Lakes, Wednesday, Jan. 24 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. A freewill donation will be accepted.

          There will be games and prizes. Donations include a $400 value steak dinner for 10, half a hog from Lakes Processing, a golf membership from Maple Hills and more.

                Parker was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. He recently had the large aggressive tumor removed from the back of his throat near his tonsils and is recovering at Ecumen in Detroit Lakes. 

 

          To donate bars, cookies or  bottled water for the event, contact Brenda Beebe Wieland at DLCCC, 844-4221 ext. 112 or drop them off fitness front desk at the DLCCC prior to the chili feed. To donate items or to volunteer, call Kathy, 234-7017. To give a monetary donation: First Security Bank, 611 Summit Ave., PO Box 646, Detroit Lakes, MN 56502, or visit the gofundme page: www.gofundme.com/parker-williams-benefit.