Community Involvement


Upcoming Events

April 1 - Community Banking Month
April is Community Banking Month which includes some special activities for our customers and community, including a drawing for three $100 Chamber Bucks Gift Certificates. Click here to learn more on how to enter.
April 22 - National Teach Children to Save Day
To help teach children better saving habits, we will be reading "It's a Habit, Sammy Rabbit" virtually for our local 1st Grade classes.
April 30 - Tree Planting at Doyle Park
As part of Arbor Day, members of the BLC team will be helping to plant two new trees in Doyle Park.
May 8 - ShredFest
Our annual ShredFest will take place on May 8th from 9:00-11:00 am. You do not need to be a BLC customer to drop off items for our complimentary community shred event. SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS...
May 13 - Diaper Bank Packing
Members of the BLC team will be helping Jake's Diapers package boxes for local families in need.
May 23 - JDRF Walk
We will be showing our support for Juvenile Diabetes and joining the virtual walk.
June 5 - Big Cheese Parade
Prepare the horses and buggy! The Great Wisconsin Cheese Festival (Cheese Fest) is back and our team will be walking. Come see us!


🛑IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT SHREDFEST:🛑
For the safety of our customers, employees and Shred-It staff, we will be practicing safe social distancing during ShredFest.

This is a complimentary community event, however, we are encouraging everyone to bring a non-perishable food item to be donated to a local food pantry.

How much can you shred?
  • There is a 5 bag limit (brown paper grocery bag) for this years ShredFest.
  • We will shred until 11:00am or when the truck is full.

How to bring your shred.
  • Staples and small paper clips are okay, other bindings must be removed.
  • Paper bags and boxes are easiest to empty to keep things moving.
  • Bags and boxes will be placed back in your vehicle once they are emptied.

What items should you shred?
Check out this list, and if the documents are no longer needed, start cleaning out!
  • Personal documents with name, address, phone, social security numbers, and bank information
  • Credit card, ATM, sales receipts
  • Pay stubs
  • Medical bills & statements
  • Bills
 
What you SHOULD NOT shred.
The following non-confidential items do not need to be shredded and can be recycled at home so we can accommodate as many members from our community with this free service:
  • Advertising flyers/mailers
  • Phone books
  • Catalogs
  • Newspapers
  • Paper bags
  • Cardboard
 
How to arrive for drop off
  • To avoid traffic issues with Main Street and our drive thru please enter our parking lot by taking East Mc Kinley Ave to Wilson Street. 
 
Safety Precautions
  • To help keep everyone safe, please remain in your vehicle until it is your turn.
  • At that time, a BLC team member will assist in unloading your shred items.

If you have any questions about this years shred event please contact Heather at (920) 687-7020.

Map of traffic for BLC Community Bank Shred Event


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The BLC Community Bank team bowls in the Romenesko Developments Strikes for Charity event.  Gina and Vicki bring food donations from BLC Community Bank to the St. John Food Pantry.

Adam Lange receives an award on behalf of BLC Community Bank from United Way.  The BLC Community Bank team volunteers at Rock Cancer.

BLC Community Bank hosts a Halloween Trick or Treat event for the community.  BLC Community Bank collects Toys for Tots donations in their lobby.

  Maya shows off a big check from BLC Community Bank to Jake's Diapers.

The BLC Community Bank team gathered books and toys to donate to the Children's Hospital.  The BLC team dresses in pink to support Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Adam Lange and family participate in JDRF walk  BLC Community Bank's Adopt-a-Family donation for 2019.