Last week we attended one of their largest events…the Kenosha Chamber Scholarship Golf Classic! We recently sat down with Chamber President/CEO Lou Molitor of the Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce to talk about all of the new and upcoming events they have planned for 2019!
We had the privilege of doing a podcast with our friends from the United Way of Kenosha County this week! CSB VP | Market President, Robert Pieroni & CSB AVP | Cash Management Laura Burnett Shoemaker sat down with United Way Chief Executive Officer, Tara Panasewicz to talk about all of the upcoming events, news and fundraisers that United Way of Kenosha County will be focusing on in the next coming months.
What superhero will you be dressing up as for this year’s Kisses from Keegan & Friends Super Hero Shuffle? We had the privilege of interviewing Kisses from Keegan Board Member, Philip Sassano. Philip introduces us to how this unique organization was formed, their upcoming Superhero shuffle and most importantly 7-year-old Keegan who inspired its beginnings. Learn More: https://kissesfromkeegan.org/
Cancer…it’s a sensitive topic that's very difficult to discuss. For this special podcast CSB Market President, Steve Donovan sits down with American Cancer Society’s Senior Community Development Manager, Matthew Elmer and CSB Retail Manager, Nicole Kurhajec to talk about the upcoming Racine Area Relay for Life Event. Steve not only shares his personal battle with cancer but also talks about the impact that community events such as Relay for Life have on individuals battling cancer.
Each year a group of local leaders get together to make a difference within the Union Grove community, also known as Leadership Union Grove. The Leadership Union Grove Class of 2019 has decided to allocate their time and efforts towards developing a concession stand at Yorkville Elementary School’s baseball diamonds. Three of the group’s leaders, Michael Castagnino (Community State Bank), Kate Johnson (Yorkville Elementary School) and Scott Nelson (Bower Construction & Design) sat down with CSB Market President Dave Moyer to discuss what plans lie ahead and how the community can help.
A few week’s back 14 of our CSB employees delivered a donation to our friends at Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin. This donation was a part of our recent #Gift2Giving campaign. A campaign that was designed for CSB employees to help strengthen their communities. Here’s a recent podcast we did with Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin Executive Director, Jeff Gustin and Fundraising Coordinator, Brittany Flogel to learn more about what Veteran’s Outreach does for our local communities and U.S. Veterans.
We’re very proud to present our next #Gift2Giving story...this time in the form of a podcast! CSB Universal Banker, Shelly Petrick and a group of 5 other CSB employees pooled their funds together to support a community project known as Rails to Trails. The project has been a 3 year journey to create local railroad tracks into a community path that can be used for many years to come. CSB Market President Dave Moyer sat down with Racine County Executive, Jonathan Delagrave, Route of the Badger Program Manager, Willie Karidis and Shelly to learn the full story of this local project.
Community State Bank (CSB) is pleased to announce that we've teamed up with the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center to help business owners and entrepreneurs in Southeast Wisconsin. CSB recently did a podcast with SBDC Business Consultant, Mary Fischer-Tracy and Business Banker, Becky McClelland to discuss what resources will be available to local business owners and upcoming entrepreneurs.
For this community focused podcast we are learning more about Focus On Community, a Racine based organization focused on preventing substance abuse and promoting healthy living within our local schools, businesses and homes. CSB Market President, Steve Donovan sits down with Focus On Community's Executive Director, Jason Meekma and Western Racine County Community Outreach Coordinator, Christina Converset to discuss what the organization is doing to create awareness and how the community can help them continue to implement their mission and programs.
What does leadership look like to you? We’re trying something new at CSBroadcast by kicking off a leadership podcast series. For this special series we will be choosing local leaders right from our very own communities and finding out more about their road to success. We’re pleased to introduce our first featured leader, Neil Young. Neil started as an owner of a painting contract company and grew into the CEO of Grubb & Ellis in the early 2000s. Today Neil helps others grow their businesses by providing financial and leadership consulting.