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IBC Bank to Provide Holiday Dinner for More Than 500 People at Respite Center in McAllen

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This year, as part of their commitment to “Do More” for the communities in which they serve, IBC Bank-McAllen will provide dinner for more than 500 immigrants and low-income families on Wednesday, December 12 at the Respite Center in Downtown McAllen.

Helping families and individuals in need is what IBC Bank is all about, especially during the holiday season. Once again, IBC Bank will be partnering with Sister Norma Pimental and Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley to feed and give back to individuals and families in the area.

WHEN:            Wednesday, December 12, 2018, 6:00 p.m.

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WHERE:         Catholic Charities Respite Center

                        209 Hackberry Ave

                        McAllen, TX 78501

WHO:              IBC Bank-McAllen CEO and President Adrian Villarreal

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                        IBC Bank Senior Vice President Dora Brown

                        Sister Norma Pimental

                        IBC Bank-McAllen Officers and managers

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