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U.S. Bank makes match

From left are Susan Hurd, Sheila Everett, Alicia Campion, Jody Moss, Lisa Meyer, Patrice Varela-Daylo, Nola Grier, Sue Jones and Andrea Thompson. - Submitted photo
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U.S. Bank assistant vice president and branch manager Lisa Meyer presented a check to United Way of Clallam County staff for $3,758, representing a corporate match of U.S. Bank’s employee giving during last fall’s United Way campaign.

 
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