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December 13, 2012

Western Bank Adopts the Land Office Bank Building

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Western Bank Presents Check to Bonanzaville

Western Bank Adopted the Land Office Bank Building at Bonanzaville through a $5,000 donation.

West Fargo, ND – Western State Bank recently donated $5,000 to Bonanzaville.

Western State Bank adopted the Land Office Bank building located at Bonanzaville. The organization’s Adopt-A-Building program ensures the historic buildings will have the necessary funding to maintain the building for generations.

“Western is a proud supporter of Bonanzaville and believes strongly in preserving our community’s history. The events hosted there and exhibits are excellent ways to bring together people from all generations to learn more about the heritage of these important landmarks.”

Bonanzaville is operated by the Cass County Historical Society. Bonanzaville has 43 buildings with more than 400,000 artifacts and millions of memories. The mission of the Cass County Historical Society is to collect, display and interpret artifacts relevant to the history and cultural heritage of Cass County and the Red River Valley. At Western, we believe it is important to learn about and preserve the history of our local community.

Western State Bank is a 110 year old employee-owned, community bank with assets totaling over $540 million. The bank offers superior full-banking services, investments, real estate financing to personal and business customers, as well as nationwide equipment financing services. Western State Bank’s bank locations are located in the North Dakota communities of West Fargo, Fargo, Devils Lake, and Towner and in the Arizona communities of Chandler and
Casa Grande.


For more information, contact:

Heidi Knutson, Vice President/Sales & Marketing Director

Western State Bank



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