Congratulations Cornerstone – Grafton Chamber’s Outstanding Business of the Year!
Congratulations and proclamations were given to Paul and Cornerstone Community Bank for being the Outstanding Business of the Year from Chamber Board President Dustin Beck, Senator Jim Ott, Representative Glenn Grothman and Grafton President Jim Brunquell. Paul accepted the awards and in his “thank you” address, acknowledged the Cornerstone team for rising to the PPP challenge and helping so many of our customers during the pandemic.
Cornerstone turned 30 in September and we couldn’t be more excited!
We recorded two new radio spots to celebrate this milestone.
Our radio our ads are rotated on WISN mornings with Dan O’Donnell (9 a.m. – 11 a.m.), and afternoons (3 p.m. – 6 p.m.) with Mark Belling.
Also, we have commercials running Monday- Friday (6 a.m. – 6 p.m.) one week per month on FM 106.1 for the weeks 9/14, 10/6, 11/2 and 12/7.
Click below to listen to our new radio commercials now!
Cornerstone is Committed to Supporting our Communities
As a member institution of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago, we recently received $15,000 from their Targeted Impact Fund. This provides members with grants to support relief efforts for populations hardest-hit by COVID-19, as well as to promote equity and opportunity for communities of color.
We are grateful for the grant which allows us to financially support local non-profit organizations in our communities who need it now more than ever. Below are the charities selected to receive $5,000 each from this grant:
• Portal, inc.
• Hartfel House
• The Threshold Inc.
EMERGENCY FOOD DRIVE
To benefit Falls Area Food Pantry.
Please help us fill this urgent need in our community.
Collecting outside the front doors of our Menomonee Falls branch at N91 W17231 Appleton Avenue.
Paper Products (toilet paper, Kleenex, paper towels)
Pasta Helper/Pasta Sides
Flavored Rice (Rice-a-Roni/Rice sides)
Pancake Mix (complete)
Soup: especially chicken noodle and Chunky
Or donate online at www.fallsfoodpantry.org.
Also encouraging our Ozaukee County friends to donate food or online to Family Sharing at www.familysharingozaukee.org.
Boxed or powdered milk
Mac n’ cheese
Grape or strawberry jelly
Canned chicken breast
Thank you for your generosity as we navigate these days together.
Blueburg Café – Live from the East Terrace!
Wednesday, October 7 • 6 p.m.
Performers and audience will gather in a socially distanced way outside the Cedarburg Cultural Center (weather permitting).
– Full bar
– BYO chairs, first come first served for socially distanced seating spaces.
– You are welcome to carry in food, but not beverages.
For the safety of the staff, volunteers, performers and guests, moving forward masks will be required when guests are not in their reserved spaces. Guests are asked to wear a mask when walking to their space, to the restroom and when approaching the bar or performance area. It is okay for guests to remove their mask when they are in their reserved space with others in their family unit or quarantine bubble.
The Blueburg Café offers “Plug and Play” Open Mic nights on the first Wednesday of each month, showcasing musicians, singers, poets, dancers, comedians and story-tellers. All ages are welcome!
You are Invited to Use the Cornerstone Pavilion!
Whether your group or team would like to host a car wash, brat fry or sell Christmas wreaths…consider using the Cornerstone Pavilion in Grafton for your fundraiser event. We have a GREAT location, and it is FREE for your non-profit organization.
Requests for use are accepted on a first come, first served basis for non-profit organizations. To reserve the Cornerstone Pavilion, please call 262.375.9150 for availability. Reservations must be made a minimum of one week in advance.
A non-profit organization is defined as any organization with a 501c3 designation. Please see the Cornerstone Pavilion Use Agreement below for additional use guidelines.