Natural Transitions

Just because the calendar says September doesn’t mean summer is over. There are sure to be many sunny warm days ahead to enjoy. However, things are beginning to change. From back to school, to the first colorful leaves heralding the arrival of autumn, September brings a series of natural transitions. 

With days getting shorter, crops begin to ripen, prairies go to seed, and acorns start to drop. In the streams, Chinook salmon make their spawning runs out of Lake Michigan, wild rice ripens in the marshes, and in the forest deer begin to grow their brown winter coats while bucks shed their antler velvet. 

September is also a time of transitions at Horicon Bank. No doubt you are reading this article on our brand-new website. While we are excited about our fresh look and convenient new features, we are also excited that this is just the beginning of our continuing effort to better serve our customers. New digital checking, savings, and loan applications are just a few of the helpful transitions you will notice as we continue to grow to meet your needs.

Of course, while digital banking is fast and convenient, we also know the value of personal connections. As we grow our digital capabilities and services, we remain committed to providing the personal touch at each of our 20 locations throughout eastern Wisconsin. With new virtual banking capabilities and open lobby hours to access our friendly staff, Horicon Bankers are available to help you when, where, and how you need it.

Horicon Bank provides in person, virtual, and digital access to personal, commercial, agricultural lending, home equity lines of credit, auto loans, savings accounts, CD’s, home loans and many other services available to help you achieve your personal, business, and financial goals. We are available to serve you anywhere on the map and online anytime you need us. Please contact Horicon Bank today for more information about opening an account, financing, and other resources. Keep enjoying summer and embrace the transitions ahead!

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