We see that you have javascript disabled. Please enable javascript and refresh the page to continue reading local news. If you feel you have received this message in error, please contact the customer support team at 1-833-248-7801.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Bank helps Disabled American Veterans chapter

Citizen National Bank (CNB) employees chose to use some of their Blue Jean Friday dollars for a $500 donation to the local chapter of Disabled American Veterans (DAV).

080622.B.PRE.CNBDAVDonation.jpg
Citizen National Bank (CNB) employees chose to use some of their Blue Jean Friday dollars for a $500 donation to the local chapter of Disabled American Veterans (DAV). Zach Hagen and Brenda Peterson of CNB present the check to Jerrold Bjerke, Chapter 38 DAV commander.
Contributed / Citizens National Bank
We are part of The Trust Project.

Citizen National Bank (CNB) employees chose to use some of their Blue Jean Friday dollars for a $500 donation to the local chapter of Disabled American Veterans (DAV).
Zach Hagen and Brenda Peterson of CNB present the check to Jerrold Bjerke, Chapter 38 DAV commander.

MORE RELATED COVERAGE:
Pro
It’s the first time Gustavsson, 24, has been a part of a goaltending tandem in the NHL, and the Wild need him to hold his own this season.

Our newsroom occasionally reports stories under a byline of "staff." Often, the "staff" byline is used when rewriting basic news briefs that originate from official sources, such as a city press release about a road closure, and which require little or no reporting. At times, this byline is used when a news story includes numerous authors or when the story is formed by aggregating previously reported news from various sources. If outside sources are used, it is noted within the story.
What to read next
Experts weigh in on future after rough weeks on stock market
The "all-you-can-dig party" runs from sunrise to sunset.
“The interest rate movements were very sudden and adjusted very quickly, and that suddenness has always led to a pullback in housing demand”
A Halstad, Minnesota, family has created a business of producing early-generation potato seed for potato seed producers. The business is a two-generation effort, with numerous employees here on H-2A visas.