Bring your pennies, nickels, dimes & quarters (and those rare 50 cent pieces) to Lakeside Bank! We’ll count’em up for free! And turn them into nice, crisp, paper money for you. Other banks may not offer coin counting. If they do, they may charge you! Coin counting is always free at Lakeside. So grab your pudgy piggy banks, your massive mayonnaise jars, the collected change from under the couch cushions … and come on in to the Lakeside Bank branch near you! And Uncle Sam needs your coins! There’s actually a shortage!
Our 13th Annual Concert in the Park featuring the VanderCook College of Music Graduate Concert Band went off without a hitch on July 9 at the Chicago Women’s Park & Gardens. Over 500 people attended this event that continues to draw strong crowds year after year. Thank you so much to all of the LSB volunteers who made this possible: Ruben Garcia, Melissa Heitz, Dorothy Rzeszutko, Micheala Quilty, Bianca Vasquez, John Jasinski, Matt Palmisano, Connie Harris, Chloe Sullivan, Silvia Suarez, Yurith Jimenez, Alan Rose, Bob Hollis, Lauren Fialkowski, Albert Ng, Odie Ceric, Erica Chianelli, Lilijana Stojanovich, Jo Ann Wong, Stan Bochnowski, Jen Lackuzynski.
Nearly 800 people attended our 12th Annual Concert in the Park featuring the VanderCook College of Music Graduate Concert & Jazz Bands at the Chicago Women’s Park and Gardens on July 10th. The weather was perfect! Thank you to the following volunteers who helped out: Stan Bochnowski, Fang Chen, Lili Chen, Erica Chianelli, Susanna Fong, Bob Hollis, John Jasinski, Jennifer Lackuzysnki, Albert Ng, Jim Pomposelli, Todd Probasco, Alan Rose, Dorothy Rzeszutko, Silvia Suarez, Desi White, and Stephanie Zhen.
On September 9 we kicked off the start of the Bears season with a tailgate party in the South Loop parking lot. Over 100 guests filled the lot that was complete with a giant screen featuring the Bears vs Packers game. While the Bears did not win their home opener, mingled and enjoyed the buffet BBQ. A visit from Don “Da Coach” Fueling provided added entertainment.
1,000 pounds of paper was recycled at our first Shredding Event at our Michigan branch on Saturday, September 12th. The rain didn’t slow folks down—we had 75 people walk or drive over with their boxes full of personal documents to shred! Several arrived early in anxious anticipation! We plan to offer more Shredding Events at multiple branches this spring.
On December 8th Lakeside welcomed families to the South Loop and Elmhurst branches to take photos with Santa. We saw young and old, two legged and four legged, all come in to enjoy the festivities and avoid the long lines at the malls to meet Santa. Such events bring people in, and show that Lakeside is more than a bank- we are a member of the community, dedicated to personal service and becoming an integral part of our clients’ families.
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