2013-05-16 / Top News

Are they future bankers?



The Bakker School students paid a visit to Strasburg State Bank (SSB) last week. In the first row, left to right, are Tucker Vander Vorst (K), Katie Clarke (1), Violet Haak (K), Tyler Vander Vorste (K), Kynlee Larson (K), Jaxon Kenney (K) and Brady Pool (K); middle row, Sophia Haak (2), Jacob Vander Vorste (1), Luke Haak (2) and Rebekah Pool (2); back row, Mrs. Dykema (teacher), Casey VanderVorste (mom of Jacob and Tyler), DeAnn Larson (mom of Kynlee), Nicole Vander Vorst (mom of Tucker), Sheri Kenney (grandmother of Jaxon) and Eldon Droog (bus driver). The Bakker School students paid a visit to Strasburg State Bank (SSB) last week. In the first row, left to right, are Tucker Vander Vorst (K), Katie Clarke (1), Violet Haak (K), Tyler Vander Vorste (K), Kynlee Larson (K), Jaxon Kenney (K) and Brady Pool (K); middle row, Sophia Haak (2), Jacob Vander Vorste (1), Luke Haak (2) and Rebekah Pool (2); back row, Mrs. Dykema (teacher), Casey VanderVorste (mom of Jacob and Tyler), DeAnn Larson (mom of Kynlee), Nicole Vander Vorst (mom of Tucker), Sheri Kenney (grandmother of Jaxon) and Eldon Droog (bus driver).

The students stopped by SSB President Todd Lang and asked him for what all his customers ask—money! Lang also showed the students the monitors he has in his office where he can watch what is going on inside and outside of the bank with their video cameras. The students stopped by SSB President Todd Lang and asked him for what all his customers ask—money! Lang also showed the students the monitors he has in his office where he can watch what is going on inside and outside of the bank with their video cameras.

SSB employee Andrea Hulm showed the students the computer processing systems. SSB employee Andrea Hulm showed the students the computer processing systems.

SSB employee Barb Wynveen welcomes the students to the bank by offering them a treat. SSB employee Barb Wynveen welcomes the students to the bank by offering them a treat.

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