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Wells Fargo employees volunteer across the state

Pictured here are Wells Fargo volunteers Donna Faris, teller; Kim Collins, store manager; Carolyn Jorgensen, regional services adviser; Christi Garcia, district manager; Jessica Letus, store manager; Aubrey Wolf, personal banker; Krista Yates, service manager; Terri Hawkins, administrative assistant; and Lynda Hanson, lead teller. Photo courtesy of Wells Fargo.

Pictured here are Wells Fargo volunteers Donna Faris, teller; Kim Collins, store manager; Carolyn Jorgensen, regional services adviser; Christi Garcia, district manager; Jessica Letus, store manager; Aubrey Wolf, personal banker; Krista Yates, service manager; Terri Hawkins, administrative assistant; and Lynda Hanson, lead teller. Photo courtesy of Wells Fargo.

Kids who stopped by the Wells Fargo were given a chance to win a large El Toro. Photo courtesy of Wells Fargo.

Kids who stopped by the Wells Fargo tent in Post Falls were given a chance to win a large El Toro. Photo courtesy of Wells Fargo.

Twenty-four Wells Fargo team members participated in the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life Relay For Life in Coeur d’Alene in June. The event was held at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds and each hour of the relay had a theme.

Twenty-seven Wells Fargo volunteers helped out at the cotton candy and hot dog stations at the Boys & Girls Club of Kootenai County’s Day for Kids. More than 1,300 people attended the free event in Post Falls intended to honor children by spending meaningful time with them.

Further south, more than 80 Wells Fargo volunteers came together, behind the banner “Together is Beautiful” on June 20 during Boise Pridefest 2015.

Wells Fargo Idaho Regional Banking President Don Melendez helped kick off the rally on the Idaho State Capitol Building steps by saying, “We are here in the name of making our community stronger, for all people in our community, because this is where we live not

Wells Fargo employees behind their Boise Pridefest 2015 banner. Photo courtesy of Wells Fargo.

Wells Fargo employees behind their Boise Pridefest 2015 banner. Photo courtesy of Wells Fargo.

just work. This is who we are.”

During the festival, the bank also provided a “Together Experience” booth, which allowed participants to charge their devices, capture testimonials on video and take photos.

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