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Mill City Holds Community Shred Day and Food Drive

Minnetonka, Minnesota – With a goal of increasing the security and privacy of member information and helping feed the neighbors who live in our community, Mill City a Division of City & County Credit Union hosted a Shred Day event and food drive at its Minnetonka Branch on Saturday, April 20. 
 
In exchange for donating non-perishable food and personal care items to Mill City’s drive for Second Harvest Heartland, Mill City provided free shredding of sensitive documents for the community.  
 
In just two short hours, 166 vehicles visited the Shred Day event to shred their sensitive documents and a total of 610 pounds of food was collected for Second Harvest Heartland – providing over 500 meals to families in our community.  
 
“This was the very first time we’ve asked our members attending Shred Day to bring a donation and we were truly blown away at the heartwarming response,” explained Bailey Germain, Community Engagement & Business Development Manager. “We take pride in not only being an advocate for protection against identity theft, but also making a difference in our community at the same time.”   
 
Mill City a Division of City & County Credit Union is a member-owned financial cooperative helping its 60,000+ members achieve their financial goals. Anyone who lives or works in Minnesota counties Carver, Hennepin, McLeod, Meeker, Wright, Ramsey, Washington or Dakota as well as General Mills employees, retirees, and their family members nationwide can become a member by opening an  account or applying for a low-rate loan. Mill City maintains five metro Minnesota branches, as well as General Mills plant branches in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Hannibal, Missouri; and Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Additional information can be found on millcity.cccu.com or by calling (800) 284-6328. 
 


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