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Bath Savings Replaces Patten Free Library’s Stolen Funds

October 29, 2015

Bath, Maine (October 28, 2015) – Bath Savings Institution President & CEO Glenn Hutchinson announced yesterday that the bank would replace the $1,200 that was stolen from The Patten Free Library last Friday morning.

“We were incredibly disheartened to hear the news of the break-in over the weekend,” said Hutchinson. “When we heard about the theft of the money donated for the Children’s Program, we knew we needed to help. The program should not suffer from this criminal activity. We are glad we can do our part.”

Sneakers the Cat, Bath Savings’ Children's Banking mascot, paid a visit to the library on Tuesday morning to present Lesley Dolinger, Director of The Patten Free Library with a check for $1,200 to go towards the fundraising efforts for the library’s Children’s Program.

The Patten Free Library is one of the many non-profit organizations that the bank actively supports through their Neighbor to Neighbor program and a place where bank employees often volunteer their time and resources. Julia DeBery, Bath Savings’ SVP Risk Management and Internal Audit, also serves as the library’s treasurer. 
 
“We are proud to contribute our financial resources and the skills of our employees to help solve problems and hope this one gesture will raise the spirits of those who gave their money to the Children’s Program at the library,” Hutchinson said.
   

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