Community First! Local Businesses We Love: Maybrook Edition

Community First.  Local business is the cornerstone of our community.  Today we once again want to take some time to thank some of our favorite local businesses for allowing us to work by their side. We are focusing on businesses around our Maybrook branch today; Little Pops Pizza & Village of Maybrook, today’s blog is all about you.

Little Pops Pizza is located at 90 Homestead Avenue in Maybrook. This family owned and operated restaurant focuses on creating wholesome dishes in a relaxing environment. They are a valuable part of our community, providing Maybrook citizens great pizza, sandwiches, Italian favorites and catering for special events.  Our featured business during the month of July, Little Pops Pizza and owners Steven & Louis Smith are important to WVFSL and we look forward to strengthening our relationship with them in the years to come.

Thank you, Steven Smith, Louis Smith & Little Pops Pizza!

http://littlepopspizza.com/

Village of Maybrook located in Orange County, NY, is home to Wallkill Valley Federal Savings and Loan’s newest branch. With a population of around 3000 residents, the Village of Maybrook offers a small town community with the convenience of being located between two larger cities (Middletown & Newburgh NY).  Their rich heritage of the Maybrook Yard of The Central New England Railroad is celebrated through The Railroad Museum. We love the support WVFSL has received from the village as we transitioned into this tight knit community.  We are pleased to do business with them and enjoy rolling up our sleeves to help support community events such as the 90th Anniversary Celebration in August, the 5K Classic in October and the Tree lighting which will take place later this month.

Thank you Mayor Dennis Leahy and the staff of The Village of Maybrook for your support!

http://villageofmaybrook.com/

At Wallkill Valley Federal Savings and Loan, we support our local businesses. Whether it’s through business loans, advice, or just patronizing these businesses, they are as much a part of our community as the people in it.   In case you missed our other businesses we love, blogs you can read catch up here: Highland Falls & Milton

 

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