Frandsen Bank helps clean up Nisswa gardens

Efforts are part of Minnesota Banker's Association Community Impact Month

Volunteers cleaning up park space.
Volunteers from Frandsen Bank and Trust cleaned up overgrown gardens in Nisswa Lake Park in Nisswa in September 2022.
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NISSWA — Frandsen Bank & Trust chose Nisswa as their community to serve for the Minnesota Banker’s Association Community Impact Month.

The Frandsen Bank employee volunteers came to Nisswa with shovels, gloves and trowels to help clean up overgrown gardens in the Nisswa Lake Park where boaters on Nisswa Lake can dock and hike right into Nisswa via the under-highway path and park.

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Volunteers clean up gardens at Nisswa Lake Park in September 2022.

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