Jacob Kaczor, and Sandy Rasmussen & Nikki Schroeder of Baylake Bank, are pictured with Baby Ruth the pig, which the bank purchased from Jacob at the Waupaca County Fair last month.
Jacob Kaczor, and Sandy Rasmussen & Nikki Schroeder of Baylake Bank, are pictured with Baby Ruth the pig, which the bank purchased from Jacob at the Waupaca County Fair last month.

Sharon Schultz-Barnard and Nikki Schroeder of Baylake Bank with Brett Kasuboski and his pig, which the bank purchased at the Waushara County Fair last month. The pig weighed 239 pounds, and was donated to the Poy Sippi food pantry.
Sharon Schultz-Barnard and Nikki Schroeder of Baylake Bank with Brett Kasuboski and his pig, which the bank purchased at the Waushara County Fair last month. The pig weighed 239 pounds, and was donated to the Poy Sippi food pantry.

Baylake Bank Provides Double Benefit with Market Animal Purchase & Donations

September 15, 2010 - Baylake Bank purchased a hog from Jacob Kaczor at the Waupaca County Fair, and then donated the meat to the Weymont Food Pantry.

Baylake Bank also purchased a 239 pound pig from Brett Kasuboski, at the Waushara County Fair Livestock Auction, and then donated the meat to the Poy Sippi Food Pantry. The purpose of the Livestock Auction Project is to instill responsibility, pride of ownership, and management skills in youth, who often use the proceeds from the sale of their animals for educational purposes or to invest in additional animals.

“Donating the meat to the food pantries made the meat purchase even more rewarding. It is gratifying to know that our purchase not only helped the kids who worked so hard to raise and show their animals, it also helps local families in need,” said Nikki Schroeder, Baylake Bank Financial Center Manager.

Member FDICEqual Housing Lender.  Baylake Bank serves its Wisconsin communities from financial centers in Brown, Door, Green Lake, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Outagamie, Waupaca, and Waushara counties and from its website at www.baylake.com. For more information call (920) 743-5551 or 1-800-267-3610.