Elmore/Lockington/Rochester Community Bank ®branches
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Elmore/Lockington/Rochester Community Bank® Branch is getting ready to celebrate its fifth birthday tomorrow.
Chair Kate Taylor said the locally-owned and operated branch had grown from strength to strength since it was established in October 2011.
“Thanks to community support, and the hard work of our branch staff, we have been able to build the business steadily over the past five years,” Kate said.
“We plan to continue to share this success with our community through future community Sponsorship programs and shareholder dividends.”
Since opening its doors, Elmore/Lockington/ Rochester Community Bank® Branch has grown to boast $174,000 million in banking business and 3938 customers.
Tracie said Rochester and surrounding residents, traders and community organisations had all learned the benefits of banking locally.
“As our profitability grows, so too does our ability to channel our profits into much-needed community infrastructure and services,” she said.
“Our branch was set up by the community, for the community, so we are always looking for ways we can help strengthen Rochester and district community.”
In the last year Elmore/Lockington/Rochester Community Bank® Branch has financially supported:
• Elmore Field Days Ag Art Competition
• Campaspe Academy of Sport
• St Joseph’s Primary School
• Community Bank Netball Invitational
• Lockington Pre-School
• Taking the Rotary Club of Rochester’s Community Bus each month to give blood.
The Rochester branch of the Elmore/Lockington/ Rochester Community Bank® Branches will celebrate its birthday with cutting of the cake and is inviting the whole Rochester community to come along and join in the festivities.
Celebrations will kick off at the branch on Wednesday at 11.00am. For further information contact or visit one of our branches.
Senior Branch Manager, Tracie Kyne and Chair, Kate Taylor