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Thomaston Savings Bank Receives the CultureMAX “Culture-Loving Business” Award

11/27/2018

Thomaston Savings Bank has a long-standing appreciation for art and culture and the value each brings to the community. The Bank is not only committed to supporting the arts, but also to supporting those who make it present and alive within their local towns.

Thomaston Savings Bank was proud to attend the CultureMAX Awards and was honored to be among organizations that have helped arts and culture flourish throughout all of the Bank’s communities over the past. From the local organizations to artists, educators and the volunteers that make it all possible, the event exemplified the community’s overwhelming dedication to the arts.

In 2018 alone, Thomaston Savings Bank contributed over $80,000 in recognition and support of the local art scene and the benefits it has provided to the community. The Bank donated to over 25 organizations that promote and encourage arts and culture throughout Northwest Connecticut.

Thomaston Savings Bank is proud to support these Northwest CT organizations:

  • The Harwinton Historical Society
  • Landmark Community Theater
  • NWCT Arts Council
  • Old Bethlehem Historical Society, Inc.
  • Plymouth Beautification Society
  • The Plymouth Historical Society
  • Woodbury-Bethlehem Community Music Foundation
  • Thomaston Ladies Choral Club
  • Five Points Gallery
  • The Lock Museum of America
  • The Railroad Museum of New England
  • Theodore A. Hungerford Memorial Museum
  • The Warner Theater

Thank you to all who support the community’s arts and culture efforts, and tonight’s honorees:

  • Thomaston Levy (Established Artist)
  • Ken Buckbee (Volunteer)
  • Leslie Elias (Arts Educator)
  • Washington Art Association (Cultural Organization)
  • Luke Pepper (Emerging Artist)
  • Carol Ascher (Heritage Professional)
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