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STAR Bank employees use holiday for volunteer work
RIGHT: Carole Elder and other STAR Bank employees used the Columbus Day holiday to remove debris along the Rivergreenway. Fifty employees helped with trail cleanup, and 75 more volunteered at Community Harvest Food Bank on Monday.
Photos by Laura J. Gardner | The Journal Gazette
ABOVE: STAR Bank employee Scott Smith helps clear away branches by the Rivergreenway with other volunteers during a service day on Monday. This was the second year STAR employees volunteered their time to help out in the community.