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LCBT to observe new holiday hours

LAPEER COUNTY – Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co. has announced that it will begin observing Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Columbus Day and Veterans Day in 2014.

In previous years, the Bank has been closed for Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day, and had reduced hours on Good Friday, Christmas Eve Day and New Year’s Day.

Beginning in 2014, the Bank also will have reduced hours on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Veterans’ Day and Columbus Day. On these holidays, the Imlay City Drive Up will be open from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. and Southgate Drive Up will be open from 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m. All other offices will be closed.

“With the popularity of Online Banking and fewer customers needing help on these days, we are able to offer our employees extra time to spend with their families, as well as have an in service day to provide federally mandated training,” said Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co. President Bruce Cady.

The Bank’s hours are posted on its website, www.lcbt.com. Updates about Bank events, closings and more are posted on the Bank’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/LapeerCountyBankandTrust.

 

Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co. announces 2014 Shred Days

Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co. is once again partnering with Cintas to bring three Free Community Shred Days to Lapeer County residents.

“Shredding documents ensures that your personal information doesn’t fall into the wrong hands,” said Business Development Director Danielle Chateauvert.

A Cintas shredding truck will be on site at the Main Office of Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co. on March 15 and May 17. There will also be a truck at the Imlay City Office on Sept. 20. Each shred day runs from 9 a.m.-noon.

Paperwork is deposited into a special bin. Once the bin is full, it is wheeled to the mobile shredding truck, where it is lifted to the mobile shredding truck and dumped in. Each 96 gallon bin of paper takes less than three minutes to shred.

It is not necessary to remove staples, paper clips or bindings – the truck will shred through them. Please do not include compact discs, floppy disks, magazines or newspapers.

“We provide this service for the entire community,” said Chateauvert. “You don’t have to be an LCBT customer to participate.”

This is the 8th year that Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co. has hosted free community shred days. In total, more than 100 tons of paper have been shredded.

More information is available on the Bank’s website, LCBT.com.

Main Office: 83 W. Nepessing St. • P.O. Box 250 Lapeer, MI 48446