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Team News
Lauren Calisti recognized in "40 Under 40: Emerging Community Banking Leaders" by ICBA Independent Banker magazine
Independent Banker , the flagship publication of Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA), has named Lauren Calisti , Hyperion Bank's Vice President of Human Resources, as one of its 40 Under 40: Emerging Community Bank Leaders. The first-annual, nomination-based award recognizes up-and-coming community bankers who demonstrate exceptional potential in leadership, innovation and community work.

“This group of young professionals should give all of us a sense of pride and optimism as we look to the future of America’s community banks,” said Matt Kusilek, publisher, Independent Banker . “Now more than ever, this industry sees the value of the energy and ideas of people like our emerging leaders, who believe in the importance of the community banking model. We’re really pleased to be able to highlight their accomplishments so far and look forward to what they’ll do next.” 

Lauren and the other 39 winners will be featured in the June 2019 print and digital issues of Independent Banker magazine. Please join us in congratulating Lauren on this outstanding accomplishment!
Hyperion Bank Hosts PACB Picnic
On May 24th, when nature threatened to rain on the Pennsylvania Community Bankers Association (PACB) Difference Makers Picnic, scheduled to take place at nearby Penn Treaty Park, Hyperion Bank happily invited PACB Chairman Troy Campbell, PACB staff, and more than 40 community bankers to picnic in our Community Room. Along with food and fun, we played a competitive game of cornhole to raise funds for the PACB Foundation, which since 1994 has provided college tuition scholarships to community-minded high school seniors. Our Hyperion Bank team enjoyed meeting new friends who share our commitment to community building through community banking. #DifferenceMakers #BankLocal
Hyperion Bank BSA Officer Elisa Varella takes aim at the cornhole for the PACB Foundation. Above, this community banker's shirt shares our message.
Chairman & CEO Charlie Crawford donates 100th pint of blood to American Red Cross
Celebrate the July 4th weekend by donating blood and platelets, when the Red Cross needs it most
Hyperion Bank Chairman & CEO Charlie Crawford recently donated his 100th pint of blood to the American Red Cross. Over the 30 years that Charlie has been donating blood, he doesn't know how many lives he's helped to save, but in March 2013 he did have the chance to meet one grateful recipient: supermodel Niki Taylor (standing center left, next to Charlie in photo below).

As reported in the United Kingdom's Daily Mail , 12 years after Ms. Taylor suffered serious injuries from a horrific car accident, she finally met the blood donors who helped save her life--including Charlie. The Celebrity Apprentice star needed more than 100 blood transfusions during her recovery treatment, with more than 300 donors providing the blood she needed to survive.

DONATE BLOOD AND PLATELETS IN HONOR OF INDEPENDENCE DAY

The American Red Cross relies on donors to keep its blood supply strong for people who need transfusions year-round, and particularly during the Independence Day weekend, when accidents are historically at high levels. But due to vacations, the number of volunteer-led blood drives typically drops to its lowest number over the July 4th week. Fewer blood drives at workplaces and community organizations means less blood in the blood banks, so when you make a donation for Independence Day, you can truly make a difference. Learn more about the need and donating blood to the American Red Cross.
Get to Know Our Team -- Personally!
Meet CHRISTOPHER KOBER
Universal Banker
Chris has more than a dozen years of community banking experience. As a former Head Teller for other banks, he has worked in various Philly neighborhoods, from Mayfair and Bridesburg to Roxborough and Old City. Chris most recently served Fishtown and Northern Liberties in 2014, and since joining Hyperion Bank in May 2019, he is glad to be back in our vibrant community.

"Community banks are important because they are woven into the fabric of the community. Larger banks tend to be a faceless institution while smaller banks are directly involved through their own members participating, sponsoring or both," says Chris.
Chris says the best part of his job is getting to know and interact with customers. He adds, "I've made some very good friends working in banking. I always liked small community banks, and I'm happy to be at Hyperion because I feel like your voice is heard, and you can make a positive change in how the company operates."

Chris grew up in Philadelphia and now lives in Fishtown, where he enjoys living and working in the same community and assisting neighbors and business owners with banking services.
Fun fact: Chris has an acting credit on IMDB. What film or TV show was he in? Email Chris
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Community Corner
Philadelphia's fabulous summer festivals offer a diverse array of fun for everyone
Hyperion Bank is a proud sponsor of the 8th Annual Fishtown Festivale, Sat., June 8, Frankford Ave.
Fishtown's largest family-friendly festival covers six blocks of Frankford Avenue between Girard Avenue and Oxford Street from 12 to 8 pm with more than 30 local restaurants and food trucks, 70+ craft vendors, 3 music stages featuring live DJs, FREE Play Arts kids activities sponsored by Sherwin-Williams, a Family Area sponsored by Lutheran Settlement House, and even free parking from 11 am to 2 am at Festival Sponsor SugarHouse Casino. Adults can continue the fun at the official FestivAle after-party in The Fillmore's Outdoor Beer Garden from 7 pm until midnight. Come meet all the great food and beverage people, retailers, artists and creative makers in our community! Learn more and follow @fishtownfestivale for updates.
Photo courtesy Frankford Hall and Fishtown Co.
Odunde Festival, Sunday, June 9
Graduate Hospital neighborhood, 23rd & South Sts.
Approximately 500,000 people come to ring in the Yoruba New Year at the East Coat's largest African-American street festival, celebrating 44 years. Filled with live music and dance performances and more than 100 vendors, the Festival is known for the flavors of African, Caribbean, and Soul Food, along with an authentic African marketplace selling crafts, jewelry, clothing and more. Based in Philadelphia's Graduate Hospital neighborhood, festival-goers can safely stroll pedestrian-only streets from 23rd and Lombard to Grays Ferry Avenue and Christian Street, and from 20th and South to 24th and South Streets. Learn more about the Festival and related events.
Photo by A. Ricketts courtesy Visit Philadelphia.
PrideDay LGBT Parade and Festival, Sunday, June 9
Midtown Village to Penn's Landing Great Plaza
Philadelphia celebrates National Gay Pride Month with this annual weekend event, culminating in a march that starts on Locust Street between 12th & 13th Streets, heads down S. Broad to Market Street, and concludes in a festival at the Great Plaza at Penn's Landing. Catch the paraders performing along the route and for the judges stationed at 6th and Market Streets, and enjoy festival dancing, 100+ vendors, food trucks and fun for all ages at Penn's Landing. Learn more and see the full schedule of June 7-9 events. Photo by J. Fusco courtesy Visit Philadelphia.
Flag Day: Stars and Stripes Festival, Friday, June 14
National Constitution Center & Independence National Historical Park, Historic Philadelphia
Did you know the American flag is having its 242nd birthday this year? There's no better place to celebrate Flag Day than Historic Philadelphia, where you'll find many activities in honor of the star-spangled banner, from flag-raising ceremonies and a patriotic parade to giant flag-folding activities and a dramatic skydiving performance. Flag Day events also commemorate the U.S. Army’s 244th anniversary with performances by the United States Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps, equipment demonstrations, and more.
Learn more. Photo courtesy National Constitution Center.
Old City Eats! Block Party, Thursday, June 20
2nd Street between Market & Chestnut Streets
Just down 2nd St. from Hyperion Bank, the Old City District kicks off its popular Old City Eats! after-work, summer happy hour event series with a block party from 5 to 9 pm, showcasing food and drink from local bars and restaurants and live music. Old City Eats! continues every Thursday night through August 29th; visit the District's website for participating restaurants offering half-priced small plates and drink specials. Learn more.
Photo by J. Fusco courtesy Visit Philadelphia.
Manayunk Arts Festival, Thursday, June 22-23
Main Street, Manayunk
The June festival calendar would not be complete without the region's largest outdoor juried arts festival, attracting hundreds of artists working in jewelry, ceramics, woodworks, fabric, painting, drawing, photography, mixed media, and sculpture, from all over America. The 200,000 people who attend every year also come for the great food, alfresco dining and drinks, music, and festival atmosphere. Note that parking is tight, many streets are closed, and driving is not recommended, but it's easy to take SEPTA bus routes 35 or 61, or on regional rail take the Manayunk/Norristown Line to the Manayunk train stop. Even better--bike along the beautiful Schyulkill River Trail! Learn more.
Photo by J. Fusco courtesy Visit Philadelphia.
Our STAR Community Partner Adoptable Pet of the Month
In May we introduced you to Street Tails Animal Rescue (STAR), one of the community organizations our team visited to perform random acts of kindness. STAR does such good work that we'd like to pay it forward every month by helping them give the dogs and cats they rescue a forever home. Could that home be yours? Learn more about how to adopt.
Our first Pet of the Month is HOUSE, a Mastiff/Mix, neutered male, age 6 years 9 months. HOUSE is a large dog ready to make your house his home. You can visit him--and all the dogs and cats waiting for adoption--at Street Tails Animal Rescue, 1030 N. 2nd St., Suite 401, Philadelphia. Visiting STAR? Stop by nearby Hyperion Bank and say hello--we'd love to see you!
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