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Emprise Empowers Aubry

Aubry's Story

At Emprise Bank, we make an effort to give back to the communities we serve and be generous with our time in order to make an impact in our communities and in people's lives.

We recently asked our employees to share a time when they felt empowered to give back, to do the right thing, or to make a difference somehow in the lives of those around them.

Here's Aubry Dieter's Story:

“I have been involved in Boy Scouts since my oldest joined in the first grade seven years ago. I love working with these boys. Scouting is such a positive group. I enjoy spending time with them, teaching them, and watching them develop and grow – whether it’s in their camping skills, their athletic skills, their civic duties, their leadership skills, or their own personal maturity and wisdom – it is all very fulfilling.  As Advancement Chair for the Augusta Troop 212, I have been working with these boys as they earn their merit badges and advance in rank for the last several years. Not only do we meet weekly, but we camp monthly. We just returned from a week camping in the Black Hills of South Dakota. 

I love that Emprise empowers us to do more in our community. To be able to empower these young scouts to push themselves beyond their limits and grow into young men that we can all be proud of is such an honor.”



Aubry Dieter and her son, Jacob, on a boy scout trip to Mount Rushmore