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First Interstate Bank hosts 4th annual employee day

First Interstate Bank help pull weeds at Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions
First Interstate Bank help pull weeds at Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions(Bobbee Russell)
Published: Sep. 8, 2021 at 5:53 PM CDT
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CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - 2,000 First Interstate Bank Employees got to leave work early today to get out into the community. Some got their hands dirty at Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions. This was one project out of many that were held today.

Kimberly Sullivan, a compliance officer at First Interstate Bank, said it’s great to be able to work for a company that values community service. Sullivan has worked there for over two decades. She enjoyed giving back to a non-profit that’s impacted her life. “My mother just passed away and I had the benefit of having hospice come into my home to help care for her. It’s so rewarding to give back to these people who have given me so much,” Sullivan said.

Other community projects were sewing blankets, preparing food boxes and building hygiene kits.

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