Criminals will stop at nothing to gain access to personal or financial information. This has led to a disturbing amount of scams aimed directly at seniors.
Why seniors? They don’t always have the best memory, and are often raised to be polite and courteous, even to complete strangers. This gives criminals an immediate advantage when going after senior citizens.
Putnam Bank continues its tradition of co-sponsorship of two of Putnam’s premier summer events. Putnam Bank will join major sponsor, Price Chopper, in supporting the annual Putnam Fireworks display on Sunday, July 11. This year’s al fresco concert “Beatles Symphonic Rock”, featuring Beatles Tribute Band (Hey Jude) accompanied by the Seven Hills Symphony, planned for Saturday, July 18th, will be co-sponsored with Wheelabrator Putnam, Inc. Both events will, as in previous years, take place in Rotary Park on Kennedy Drive. In addition this year, Putnam Bank is co-sponsoring all of the River Fire Series.
“Putnam Bank is pleased to co-sponsor these events, including the River Fires which have become a part of the fabric of summer in Putnam”, said Thomas A. Borner, President and CEO of Putnam Bank. “Community Banks are community to the core and we support providing quality family entertainment to our communities”, Borner continued.
One of the best parts about summer is how much more you can do. There are more planned activities, and the longer days and warmer weather allow you to be outside more. However, what is also important is who you spend your time with over the summer.
Going on dates may seem like a juvenile thing to do, but it’s not just for high school kids. Couples of any age can go on dates to try something new or to break up the monotony of the work week. And the best part is that you don’t have to break the bank (or in some cases, pay at all) to have a good time.
Here are a few summer date ideas that won’t set you back an enormous amount of money.
“Dad: a son’s first hero and a daughter’s first love.”
Dads occupy a special place in our hearts. They taught us great lessons (or still do) and supported us throughout our lives. Many of us would be lucky to be the quality of person they are, and Father’s Day, coming up this weekend, is all about celebrating the greatness of our dads.