Waterloo Central School District Superintendent Terri Bavis, Waterloo Village Police Chief Jason Godley, and Generations Bank CEO Menzo Case are in-studio to talk about the upcoming Tall Cop Presentation at Waterloo HS on Monday, October 1, 2018.
Join your host Katie MacIntyre as she is joined by Menzo and Sue Case to discuss the power of gratitude, some upcoming/current projects that they are working on and of course, what they are grateful for on the latest edition of The Loving Cup Podcast.
Generations Bank President Menzo Case and Marketing Director Katie MacIntyre join the Web Dog in-studio to talk about the Right to Run 19K, Katie’s participation in the upcoming Boston Marathon, and Menzo’s take on the current financial climate and healthcare situation in America.
On the inaugural episode of The Melissa Killeleagh Show on FingerLakes1.TV, Melissa welcomes long-time Seneca County United Way Director Karen Beals, Generations Bank President Menzo Case, and Seneca County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jeff Shipley in-studio for a series of short conversations about how these individuals are inspired to contribute to our community.
Generations Bank President and CEO Menzo Case and Marketing Director Katie McIntyre are in-studio to talk about the recent renovations at their Seneca Falls Cayuga Street location and the state of the banking industry ahead of November’s presidential election.
Event organizer and marketing director at Generations Bank, Katie MacIntyre is in-studio along with Generations Bank CEO Menzo Case to talk about the upcoming weekend’s Right to Run 19K & 5K races being held in Seneca Falls.
Generations Bank CEO Menzo Case and Marketing Director Katie MacIntyre in-studio to discuss a unique event coming up in the spring for runners from across the country, the Women’s Right to Run 19K and 5K race in Seneca Falls.
Menzo Case, President of Generations Bank in Seneca Falls, and Andrew Fish of the Cayuga Economic Development Agency host a presentation and discussion on the challenges development agencies face in Seneca and Cayuga County. Also, a revisit of a plan developed in 2007 for economic development in historic Seneca Falls, NY. Recorded live on Wednesday, February 24, 2015 at 5:20 pm at the headquarters of Generations Bank on West Bayard Street in Seneca Falls, NY.