Community Involvement

Markesan Staff
Markesan staff celebrating the addition of the new Waupun office in the 2007 June Dairy Days Parade. (Pictured: Lisa Broder, Darlene Degner & Jamie Jahnke.)
Matt Syens
Matt Syens from the Waupun Office "show his physique" during the 2008 Alto Fair Parade.
Sandy DeBoer
Sandy DeBoer form the Waupun Office stands next to the float that was used in the 2007 Avenue of Angels Parade in Waupun.
Banana Split Day
The line grows as people await their free Banana Split in Randolph. Banana Split day is celebrated each year at each office and is open to all people even if they are not customers.
Floods of 2008
During the floods in the Late Spring 2008, staff of the Markesan Offices took time from their workday to help fill sand bags to aid in flood efforts.
Floods of 2008
During the floods in the Late Spring 2008, staff of the Markesan Offices took time from their workday to help fill sand bags to aid in flood efforts.
Care Packages
The Staff in Randolph organized a collection of items to send to solders oversees.
Banana Splits
Locals enjoying some banana splits in the Waupun Office. Banana Split Day is celebrated every year in all offices of Markesan State Bank.
Banana Splits
Holli Koepsell is serving up a Banana Split in the Waupun Office. Banana Split Day is celebrated every year in all offices of Markesan State Bank.
Animal Auctions
Dixie Gaastra, Branch Mananger of the Randolph Office, purchases an animal during the Columbia County Fair 2014.
Markesan Staff
MSB Float in the Randolph Corn Carnival 2014.
Celebrate Waupun 2014
The Waupun Office volunteered their time in the Cajun Tent during Celebrate Waupun.
Crime Stoppers
The Markesan State Bank makes a donation to Green Lake County Crime Stoppers. (2015)
Banana Split Day 2015
Markesan staff getting ready to serve up some banana spits on their annual Banana Split Day.
Military Mailing Donations
The Staff aided in gathering donations for Military Mailings that will be sent overseas.
Donation to GLC Crime Stoppers

The Markesan State Bank is a “Community Bank.” We call ourselves this because we actively support the communities that surround the Markesan, Randolph and Waupun area by participating in events such as Markesan’s June Dairy Days, Waupun’s Avenue of Angels, Randolph’s Corn Carnival, and much more.  The Markesan State Bank also supports the community by going to local schools and teaching students (of all ages) about the banking industry, aid in community relief, make donations to local organizations, raising money to support charities, holding food and supply drives to support local communities and much more. The purpose of this involvement is so we can reach the citizens, make us available to them and make them aware that our bank is there to serve their needs.