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Small acts of kindness, giving back to our community and continuing to add value to your Glacier Hills membership—you’ll find it all here.

Voices Archives

We celebrate the individuals who make our community feel like home. We hope they inspire you as much as they’ve inspired us—and bring you closer to discovering your own path to a difference.

Adam's Popcorn
This is Adam, and he comes on Fridays to make popcorn for our members and employees. He loves doing it; he is quite the specialist! He's always ready to talk Green Bay Packers football and we love having him bring a little extra joy to our offices each week!
Scholarship Winners
Each year we award scholarships to our members who are local high school seniors getting ready to transition to the next level of their education. This year we were pleased to announce our two winners at the Annual Meeting on March 22. Congratulations to Joscelyn B. and Kacey O.—both from Slinger High School—who each received $1,000 to put toward their college education starting in the fall.
Member Appreciation Day
To demonstrate how much we value the Glacier Hills membership we held a Member Appreciation Day at our West Bend, Hartford and Fond du Lac branches on Friday, September 17th. Local eateries provided fresh food and we handed out cash prizes. A wonderful time was had by all. It was a great way to gather together to share our common bonds, and to celebrate serving as your community credit union since 1934. We look forward to many more years of service. And we thank our members for making it all worth it!
Scholarship Winners
Each year Glacier Hills rewards a select group of members who are also high school seniors with scholarship money so they can continue their education. This year’s winners were Kayleigh M., Zoe N., Grayson P. and Sierra E. Congratulations to these amazing students. We know they’re going on to achieve great success in life.
Allison Holtzer
Allison Holtzer supports financial literacy for high school students.
Carmen Lee
Carmen Lee educates the Spanish-speaking community on financial matters.
Heather Oldenhoff
Heather Oldenhoff worked tirelessly to adopt a service dog for her eldest daughter.
Robyn Erickson
Robyn Erickson donates her time to make her community a better place.
Victoria Lewis
Victoria Lewis helps preserve and archive West Bend’s history for future generations.