Putnam Bank through its Foundation donates $3,000 to support The Last Green Valley’s annual Walktober celebration. Walktober is TLGV’s premier event, designed to raise awareness of the significant cultural, natural, and scenic resources of The Last Green Valley and also promotes several fairs, festivals, and events occurring during the fall season.
Putnam Bank also donated $1,000 to sponsor Tastes of the Valley, a fundraising event which showcases locally grown products prepared by local chefs, and $1,000 to sponsor Acorn Adventures, a program for children and their families to get outside and explore.
Thomas A. Borner, President and CEO of Putnam Bank, stated, “We are all very fortunate to be able to live and work in this beautiful corner of Connecticut. As a community bank, Putnam Bank is dedicated to enriching the lives of the residents in our service area, and we are excited to continue our partnership with TLGV to preserve our heritage.”
“Putnam Bank has been a strong supporter of TLGV for many years and we are grateful for their continued support,” stated Lois Bruinooge, TLGV Executive Director. “Putnam Bank’s donations will help us care for, enjoy, and pass on The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor.”
Putnam Bank, chartered in 1862, is a $512 million Connecticut-chartered bank. Putnam Bank has branch offices in Putnam, Pomfret Center, Danielson, Plainfield, Griswold, Gales Ferry, and Norwich. It also operates a full-service loan center in Putnam. Stock is traded through NASDAQ under the symbol PSBH. For more information call (800) 377-4424 or visit our website at putnambank.com.
Pictured left to right: Bill Reid, TLGV Chief Ranger; Lois Bruinooge, TLGV Executive Director; Thomas A. Borner, Putnam Bank President & CEO; and Lynn K. Bourque, Putnam Bank SVP & Branch Administrator.