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Check it Out! See What Your Murphy-Wall Team Is Up To!!
Murphy-Wall State Bank will be hosting a Community Shred Day, Saturday, March 19th. All three, Murphy-Wall State Bank locations will have Shred-It, a certified document shredding company, on site to handle the document shredding. Use this event as a jump start to your Spring Cleaning, or disposing of the boxes of past checks, statements or other personal documents. For more information on the event, please view the flyer Shred It Flyer
Murphy-Wall State Bank employees delivered flowers to area Nursing, Rehab and Assisted Living Facilities. Employees from Pinckneyville visited Manors at Mason Woods and the Pinckneyville Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, delivering over 75 flowers to residents. DuQuoin Nursing and Rhabilitation Center and Fairview Facilities were visited by the Murphy-Wall State Bank employees from Elkville with over 100 flowers. Employees from the Murphysboro Murphy-Wall State Bank facility delivered over 80 flowers to the Big Muddy Nursing Facility. Murphy-Wall State Bank employees and residents reconnected, wished each other a Happy Valentine's Day and made new friends. Thanks to everyone at the facilities for allowing Murphy-Wall State Bank to visit. We love our communities!
Concession Stand Payout
Murphy-Wall State Bank hosted Concession Stand PayOuts during January to show their appreciation to the fans that support our area high school athletics. During the events, Murphy-Wall State Bank employees greeted fans and presented them with a $1.00 voucher that could be redeemed at the concession stand during the evening's game, along with some type of spirit or promotional item. Fans attending the Elverado Falcon vs Sesser-Valier Red Devils game on January 5th, redeemed 105 out of the 175 vouchers. Murphy-Wall State Bank VP Julie Briley present the EHS Junior Class (Maria Lenzini, EHS secretary represented the Jr Class) a check for $125 for the vouchers redeemed during this event. Concession Stand PayOuts for Pinckneyville and Murphysboro were held on January 15th. Fans attending the PCHS Panther vs Carterville Lions game redeemed 244 of their 350 vouchers, with $250 being reimbursed to PCHS. While the Murphysboro Athletic Department and MHS Key Club receiving $50 and $150 from the 163 out of 250 vouchers being redeemed during their game against the Benton Rangers.
Thank you for joining us for an Old Fashioned Christmas Event
December 8, 2015 – Over 200 guests enjoyed an Old Fashioned Christmas Event hosted by Murphy-Wall State Bank and Trust Company on a cool crisp December evening held on the bank's parking lot in downtown Pinckneyville. Partakers were asked to donate a food item or a new or slightly used coat that would be donated to local charity groups. Many enjoyed sights and sounds reminiscent of yesteryear - the clip-clop of the horses' hooves and jingle bells as wagon rides made a trip around the square; the melodic voices of a choir singing favorite Christmas carols; a treat to the taste of homemade cookies, popcorn and a warm drink of cocoa or wassail to be enjoyed by one of five crackling wood fires. After enjoying the warmth and smell of the bonfires, several took advantage of the decorated sleigh for an opportunity to take a family Christmas portrait.
Adding to the evening's warm Yuletide season atmosphere were the beautiful voices of the PCHS Choir directed by Amber Nichols and Steve Cannedy; Nelson Rule's surrey wagon and team of horses driven by Roger Lee and Marvin Kuhnert; and A team of Clydesdales and handmade wagon driven by Paul Kuberski and Jamie Bathon.
For those who are in need of warmth for the coming winter, over 25 coats were collected and given to PCHS to distribute to area school children. As a result of the canned gifts given by both employees and attendees, The Least of the Brethren Food Pantry in Pinckneyville received over 175 food items to help stock their shelves to be provided for the hungry during this Christmas season. Murphy-Wall State Bank President/CEO, Marty Davis, stated "We deeply appreciate those who gave so generously and are extremely grateful to the City of Pinckneyville for the opportunity to host the event. Numerous comments were made during and after the event voicing desires to see this continue as a Murphy-Wall Christmas Tradition."
First Responder Appreciation Event
During the month of November, Murphy-Wall locations showed our support to the First Responders in our communities. As a small token of our appreciation to those who take care of us in our communities, Murphy-Wall employees delivered fruit baskets to the area first responders. Be sure to check back to see photos.
Winners of our First Responder Appreciation Events home safety items are: (check back for photos of the winners or Like us on Facebook)
Week 1 (Smoke Detector): Aaron Hawk (Pinckneyville), Wilma Westerfield (Elkville), Daniel Reams (Murphysboro)
Week 2 (Fire Extinguisher): Pamela Ritter (Pinckneyville), Joann Smith (Elkville), Judy Lirely (Murphysboro)
Week 3 (Blood Pressure Cuff): Linda Kunkle (Pinckneyville), Brenda Armstrong (Elkville), Dotte Johnpetty (Murphysboro)
Week 4 (First Aid Kit): James Graham (Pinckneyville), Michael Conley (Elkville), Darrel Eubanks (Murphysboro)
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Check out our new page to see photos of Murphy-Wall's Mardi Gras and Apple Fest floats, and many more events.
2015 Pinckneyville Mardi Gras Parade Daydreams & Nightmares Viewers Choice and Best Overall Parade float winner.
The Pinckneyville Mardi Gras is Illinois oldest night time parade - celebrating its 93rd year!! Murphy-Wall employees created and built the float that earned this year's honor from the Pinckneyville Chamber. To view more photos of Murphy-Wall's participation in this year's Mardi Gras events, visit our FaceBook page.
Murphy-Wall is proud to sponsor local activities that benefit the young people in our communities!