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With the help of employees, clients, and friends, GRB donated 44 baskets of food for Thanksgiving meals to the Small Business Council's annual SBC Cares food drive.

 

 

The SBC exceeded their 2012 goal of collecting 1000 baskets, delivering 1061 baskets, worth over $50,000, to local organizations.

 

Carolyn Thaney, daughter of GRB Executive Assistant Julie Thaney, raised $675 at Calkins Road Middle School to help GRB collect an additional 13 baskets.

 

GRB employees and their families were among the volunteers on Saturday, Novmebr 17, who delivered the baskets to Sojourner House, Mercy Residential Services, Wilson Commencement Park, Veterans Outreach Center, The Community Place, Catholic Charities, YWCA, Alternatives for Battered Women, Baden Street Settlement, and the Open Door Mission.

 

Thanks to all who helped us and the SBC surpass donation goals, providing over one thousand local families with the supplies for a holiday dinner.

 

Wishing you all a Happy Thanksgiving!

 

Marissa Kaiser, daughter of GRB SVP Paul Kaiser, delivering baskets.

 

L to R: Carolyn Thaney, Marissa Kaiser, Julie Thaney, Trevor Kaiser, Paul Kaiser delivering baskets for SBC Cares.

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GRB Senior Vice President for Commercial Lending, Paul Kaiser, is a featured panelist at the Small Business Council's inaugural Decision Makers' Forum on Tuesday, July 24.

 

The panel, Show Me the Money - Acquiring Capital for your Small Business, starts at 5:00pm at Midvale Country Club. John Halleran of Halleran Financial Group is the moderator; participants will break out into small group discussions with the panelists afterwards.

 

The Decision Makers' Forum is a new program from the SBC, offering business owners and senior managers the chance to engage with and learn from local experts, on a variety of critical business topics. SBC members are $30; $45 for nonmembers. For more information, see their website or contact Cindy DeVoldre at 256-4619.

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