(Courtesy Prevail)

Prevail Bank donates to Plover River Crossing

Metro Wire Staff

The Plover River Crossing – Green Circle Trail Project received a $1,239 donation as a result of Prevail Bank’s Community Shred Day event in Stevens Point.

Prevail Bank contributed $1,000, while the public donated an additional $239. The bank had pledged to donate a dollar for every pound of paper shredded, up to $1,000. This year, residents and businesses brought in 2,800 pounds of paper for shredding and recycling.

Dan Kremer, director of Parks, Recreation, and Forestry for Stevens Point; Steve Menzel and Tori Jennings from Friends of the Plover River Crossing Trail; and Jenny Riggenbach, CEO, and Azend’e Coley, communications intern from the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin, accepted the donation from Prevail Bank representatives. Those representatives included Dale Sankey, VP and commercial lending officer; Troy Kempfert, branch manager; and tellers Jackie Hoerter and Ben Johnson.

Prevail Bank is a community-focused institution that continuously seeks ways to give back, support community initiatives, and improve central Wisconsin.