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Lake Sunapee Bank is pleased to announce its commitment to support the Strong Foundation, Stronger Future Campaign of the YMCA of Greater Nashua through a pledge to purchase business tax credits from the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA).
“We have a strong history as an advocate for community growth and social responsibility, and we are proud to help sustain the YMCA’s mission of Strengthening Community and changing lives,” said Stephen Theroux, President and Chief Executive Officer, about the Bank’s contribution.
Lake Sunapee Bank is pleased to assist the YMCA of Greater Nashua in its efforts to provide educational and wellness opportunities that allow people of all ages, backgrounds, and incomes opportunities to grow, learn, and thrive. Funds from the Strong Foundation, Stronger Future Campaign will be utilized for the YMCA’s Merrimack Branch Renovation Project. Renovations will include an overhaul of the building entryway, two new early education classrooms, updated locker rooms, and improved accessibility ramps leading to the field house.
Since 1868, Lake Sunapee Bank has been committed to supporting its communities through charitable giving and volunteerism. The Bank’s giving philosophy centers around having a meaningful impact and embracing its responsibility to advocate for community growth and prosperity.
Gathered for the ribbon cutting (left to right) are Melissa Bowler, Ambassador, Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce; Tim Sink, President, Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce; Kaitlyn Covel, Relationship Banking Manager, Lake Sunapee Bank; Jim Bouley, Mayor of Concord; Debra Johnson, Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer, Lake Sunapee Bank; Stevan Geiger, Vice President Commercial Loan Officer, Lake Sunapee Bank; and Brenda Litchfield, Ambassador, Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce.
On the afternoon of Monday, April 4, 2016, Lake Sunapee Bank celebrated its first full-service branch in Concord, NH, located at 8 Loudon Road. Bank employees, as well as leaders in the City of Concord, gathered to cut the official ribbon, marking the ceremonial opening of the new location.
When reflecting on the new branch, Stephen R. Theroux, President and Chief Executive Officer of Lake Sunapee Bank, said “We are excited about our official opening of our office in Concord, and we are grateful for the warm welcome we have received thus far. Our Concord team looks forward to providing the Capital region ?with a full array of life-cycle financial products.”
With a focus on customer experience, the new office incorporates technology and progressive design to create a comfortable, contemporary space. The branch offers a well-rounded approach to banking as customers are able to take advantage of mortgage lending, financial planning, business banking, and insurance services alongside a full selection of retail banking services. Options focused on convenience, including a night-depository, ATM, and full-service drive-through window, are also available. Located just off Exit 14 on I-93, next to Bed, Bath, and Beyond and in the same building as ConvenientMD, the branch is easily accessible to the greater Concord community.
Visit the branch to view a selection of art from New Hampshire-based artists including commissioned work featuring iconic Concord locations and work by Concord-based artist, Melissa Anne Miller.
Stop by throughout the month of April for product specials, free giveaways, and an opportunity to enter for your chance to win a $1500 gift card to the Mount Washington Hotel or Wentworth by the Sea. When you visit, be sure to enjoy free WiFi and a complimentary cup of coffee.
All Lake Sunapee Bank offices will be closed on the following holidays:
|New Year's Day||Friday, January 1|
|Martin Luther King Day||Monday, January 18|
|Presidents' Day||Monday, February 15|
|Memorial Day||Monday, May 30|
|Independence Day||Monday, July 4|
|Labor Day||Monday, September 5|
|Columbus Day||Monday, October 10|
|Veterans' Day||Friday, November 11|
|Thanksgiving Day||Thursday, November 24|
|Christmas Day (Observed)||Monday, December 26|