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Pine River State Bank completes fourth annual school drive

The annual Pine River State Bank school supply drive drew in 95 backpacks worth of donations for students in Pine River-Backus, Pillager, Crosby-Ironton, Remer and Nowthen.

Travis Grimler/Echo Journal From left, Pine River State Bank compliance officer Sam Anderson, youth and family services worker Gina Williams, Kirsten Eggena of Pine River State Bank, Pine River-Backus Superintendent Dave Endicott, Mariah Dallmann and Meranda Richards of Pine River State Bank and PR-B Elementary School Principal Rick Aulie stand with school supply donations for Pine River-Backus students.
Travis Grimler/Echo Journal From left, Pine River State Bank compliance officer Sam Anderson, youth and family services worker Gina Williams, Kirsten Eggena of Pine River State Bank, Pine River-Backus Superintendent Dave Endicott, Mariah Dallmann and Meranda Richards of Pine River State Bank and PR-B Elementary School Principal Rick Aulie stand with school supply donations for Pine River-Backus students.

The annual Pine River State Bank school supply drive drew in 95 backpacks worth of donations for students in Pine River-Backus, Pillager, Crosby-Ironton, Remer and Nowthen.

The drive wrapped up Aug. 12 after approximately one month of collecting supplies ranging from pencils and highlighters to disinfecting wipes and scissors. Monetary donations were also included.

Donations amounted to over $4,100 in value. Collections were taken at all branch locations with customers having the option to designate their donation to a specific school district.

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