Presenting Trending Scams to Seniors Trending Scams

Tim, West Branch II Branch Manager, and Dawn, Houghton Lake Branch Manager, have been busy teaching seniors about the standard type of scams and how to spot them. Northland is spreading the word in our communities to help our friends and neighbors from becoming victims. Please call us if you have questions or think you may have been scammed. We want to help you avoid fraud. Thank you, Tim and Dawn!


Gaylord's Veteran Coffee Hour Coffee with Veterans

Gaylord Branch Manager Wendy volunteered at the monthly Veterans Coffee Hour held at the Gaylord Regional Airport. There were around 50 veterans that attended. This event allows veterans to meet others in the area and network. In attendance was Marlene Hopp from the Otsego County Veterans Affairs office and a representative from the Gaylord Veterans Affairs.



Presidents' Day in PetoskeyPetoskey spends Presidents' Day at Food Pantry

On President's Day, Northland's Petoskey team helped our local food bank pack over 400 children's snack backpacks for our surrounding schools. Snacks included apple sauce, breakfast cereal, cheese sticks, crackers, and granola bars for the students in need. In addition, the team also helped repackage pantry items for individual order distribution. Supporting the food pantry to fulfill the community's needs felt great, and The Petoskey Team enjoyed doing it!


Third Annual Polar PlungePolar Plunge 3rd Annual Jump

The Polar Plunge is the biggest fundraiser for Special Olympics of Michigan. All funds raised by Plungers help Special Olympics of Michigan provide year-round training and services to over 22,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities across the state.

The Polar Plunge is presented by the Law Enforcement Torch Run, a movement of volunteers dedicated to increasing awareness and funds for Special Olympics of Michigan athletes across the state. This was Northland's 3rd year plunging! With Northland winning 1st place for "most raised money" as a Team! Bringing our total to $1,848!

This year’s plungers were Kay, David, and Andrew. Way to go, Northland Super Hero’s!


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