EAU CLAIRE – In celebration of Columbus Day, Security Financial Bank (SFB) will be closed on Monday, October 14, 2019. But SFB employees won’t be sleeping in during the federal holiday. Instead, employees are using the day as an opportunity to volunteer in the communities they serve.
“It’s part of SFB’s mission to invest in the communities we serve. Columbus Day is a perfect opportunity for our employees to give back to various organizations and help to continue to make our area a great place to live,” explained Paul Rudersdorf, SFB president and chief executive officer.
SFB has locations in five cities throughout western Wisconsin as well as a corporate office in Eau Claire. About 100 employees will be volunteering in the following locations:
Eau Claire Branch – SFB employees will be volunteering at the Eau Claire Children’s Theatre.
Durand Branch – SFB employees plan to clean veterans’ markers at Forest Hill Cemetery and also will volunteer at St. Vincent de Paul’s and the Durand Area Food Pantry.
Bloomer Branch – SFB employees will paint the ice rink and visit residents at the local nursing home.
River Falls Branch – SFB employees will volunteer at Turning Point.
Ladysmith Branches – SFB employees will be volunteering at the Rusk County Senior Center.
Corporate Office – SFB employees be completing various projects for the Beacon House, Beaver Creek Reserve, Hope Gospel Mission, Trinity Equestrian Center, Habitat for Humanity and the YMCA Sports Center.
For more information on SFB, visit www.sfbank.com or call 888-254-0615.