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Making a splash

First State Bank Southwest employees are shown Thursday morning at the Worthington bank during a check presentation commemorating how bank employees raised $5,500 for the Worthington splash pad project being spearheaded by the Noon Kiwanis Club. ...

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First State Bank Southwest employees are shown Thursday morning at the Worthington bank during a check presentation commemorating how bank employees raised $5,500 for the Worthington splash pad project being spearheaded by the Noon Kiwanis Club. Shown are (from left): Connie Lonneman, Tanya Leinen, Linda Rossow, Laurie Maras, Mark Vis (bank employee/Noon Kiwanis member), Noon Kiwanis Vice President Ryan McGaughey and President Kyle Johnson, Worthington Regional Health Care Foundation Executive Director Jeff Rotert, Jen Kumi, Stan Dopheide, Jen Lonneman, Katelyn Olson, Brad Meester and Alyssa Korver. Kenton Meieir and Peggy Meier (not pictured) were two additional bank employees who made donations. A total of $55,352.27 had been raised and collected for the splash pad project as of Thursday, and the WRHCF offered matching funds of up to $50,000. (Special to The Globe)

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