We would like to thank First State Bank of Middlebury for generously supporting our Beardsley Bulldog Crossing project. It is through generous organizations and individuals in our community that we are able to work toward ending substandard housing in Elkhart County.
ELKHART — On Saturday, August 17, 12 First State Bank of Middlebury employees volunteered at the Beardsley Bulldog Crossing project in Elkhart. They helped plant flowers, bushes, and lay mulch in front of two Habitat houses on Beardsley Avenue, east of the Johnson Street bridge. The volunteers on behalf of First State Bank of Middlebury, also presented a check for $5,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Elkhart County for their Beardsley Bulldog Crossing project.
Pictured are (from left) Sam Hoover, executive vice president and COO of First State Bank; Duane Klein, vice president of FSB; Duffy Sherman, construction supervisor of Habitat for Humanity of Elkhart County; Peter Armstrong, credit analyst at FSB; Jeff Corey, vice president of FSB; and Dean Miller, senior vice president of FSB.