12/4/2017 11:43:00 AM Bremer Bank helps Crisis Nursery
Bremer Bank welcomes donations during December to help Crisis Nursery, a child abuse prevention and family support program. Bremer employees include, front row, from left, Lori Buchholtz and Emily Churchill. Back row, from left, Heather Tesdahl, Beth Henkel and Ann Lutteke. Residents may drop off items at the bank during regular business hours Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Bremer Bank is taking action to support the children at Crisis Nursery. Stewartville and area residents can help the nursery by dropping off items at the bank in December. The bank's regular business hours are 8:30 a.m. through 5 p.m. on weekdays. Crisis Nursery needs diapers, formula, baby food, wipes, diaper cream, gift cards from Wal-Mart or Target, cab vouchers or feminine hygiene products. Cash donations are also welcome. Crisis Nursery is a child abuse prevention and family support program that provides temporary, short-term care for Olmsted County children whose families are facing a crisis situation. It offers crisis counseling and support, parent education, in-home family counseling, referral to community resources, and a monthly parent education group called PARRK, all at no cost.