WSB donates to United Way


United Way of Clinton County sincerely thanks Wilmington Savings Bank for their recent generous donation. “The great employees of this local business are making a difference in the lives of people right here in our community. These funds will help support over 30 agencies, and make positive and lasting changes,” according to the Untied Way. Shown from left are: Amanda Harrison of United Way of Clinton County and Robert Schaad, Beverly Holland, Kristi Fox, Staci Freeze and Jonathan McKay.


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United Way of Clinton County sincerely thanks Wilmington Savings Bank for their recent generous donation. “The great employees of this local business are making a difference in the lives of people right here in our community. These funds will help support over 30 agencies, and make positive and lasting changes,” according to the Untied Way. Shown from left are: Amanda Harrison of United Way of Clinton County and Robert Schaad, Beverly Holland, Kristi Fox, Staci Freeze and Jonathan McKay.

United Way of Clinton County sincerely thanks Wilmington Savings Bank for their recent generous donation. “The great employees of this local business are making a difference in the lives of people right here in our community. These funds will help support over 30 agencies, and make positive and lasting changes,” according to the Untied Way. Shown from left are: Amanda Harrison of United Way of Clinton County and Robert Schaad, Beverly Holland, Kristi Fox, Staci Freeze and Jonathan McKay.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_wsb-donation.jpgUnited Way of Clinton County sincerely thanks Wilmington Savings Bank for their recent generous donation. “The great employees of this local business are making a difference in the lives of people right here in our community. These funds will help support over 30 agencies, and make positive and lasting changes,” according to the Untied Way. Shown from left are: Amanda Harrison of United Way of Clinton County and Robert Schaad, Beverly Holland, Kristi Fox, Staci Freeze and Jonathan McKay. Courtesy photo
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