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DANIELSON CT – Savings Institute Bank & Trust recently contributed $3,800 to The Last Green Valley, Inc. (TLGV) to support the non-profit’s annual Walktober and Tastes of the Valley events. Walktober is a fall celebration that showcases the beauty of the region with guided walks, talks, bikes, paddles and more. Tastes of the Valley is a collaboration of local farms and creative chefs, brewers, distillers, and beverage crafters that will take place on September 18, 2016 at The Mansion at Bald Hill in Woodstock, CT.
“We’re proud to support The Last Green Valley and all that it contributes to our community,” stated Rheo Brouillard, Savings Institute Bank & Trust President and CEO. “The valuable events run by the organization help to not only share the beauty and richness of our land, but inspire residents to become involved in healthy activities and supporting local businesses, both causes that are close to Savings Institute Bank & Trust’s heart.”
“The bank’s continued support of our programs shows its commitment to enriching the quality of life in our communities,” commented Lois Bruinooge, TLGV Executive Director.
To learn more about The Last Green Valley or either of these events, please visit www.thelastgreenvalley.org. Tickets are currently on sale for Tastes of the Valley and are going fast.
Pictured L-R: Emily Petrik, Dayville Branch Manager, Savings Institute; Lois Bruinooge, TLGV Executive Director; Joan St. Ament, Vice President & Brooklyn Branch Manager, Savings Institute; Bill Reid, TLGV Chief Ranger.
Savings Institute Bank & Trust headquartered in Willimantic, Connecticut offers branch locations throughout Rhode Island and eastern Connecticut. With 1.5 billion in assets, the Bank is a full service community-oriented financial institution dedicated to serving the financial service needs of consumers and businesses within its market area.