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WSB Celebrates Giving Tuesday By Giving Back

Watertown Savings Bank celebrated Giving Tuesday by donating to several local organizations as a way to “give back” to the community it serves.  Pictured (from left to right): Matt Elliott, President, Friends of the Nature Center, Minna Anthony Common Nature Center, Stephanie Weiss, Executive Director of Development, River Hospital, Bonnie Eppolito, Marketing and Development, Samaritan Foundation of NNY, Ben Foster, Interim Executive Director, JCC Foundation, Jamie Cox, President & CEO, United Way of NNY, Tobi Darrah, Campaign Director, United Way of NNY, Michelle Carpenter, Foundation Director, The ARC of Jefferson - St. Lawrence, Kathy Arendt, Administrative Secretary, Hospice of Jefferson County, Max DelSignore, Assistant Director, NNY Community Foundation, Tim Dermady, Foundation Director, DPAO and Mark Lavarnway, President & CEO, Watertown Savings Bank.

 

 

 

 WSB Giving Tree Logo

At Watertown Savings Bank, Financial investments in our community are very important to us. We strive for excellence as a provider of financial support for the many groups, organizations and individuals who work to benefit the North Country. The WSB Giving Tree represents the many ways in which we proudly support the community you call home. 


 
Total Community Support in 2020 from The WSB Giving Tree as of today: $2,375.00

Browse through the archives below and see the members of our North Country Community we support every day.

WSB Supports Annual Pond Hockey

Lauren Garlock, Executive Director Alexandria Bay Chamber, accepts a check from Erycka Phelps, CSR, Watertown Savings Bank, for benefit of the upcoming Pond Hockey Tournament.

 
 
WSB Supports Ed Beerman Fund

Tracy Mason, Ed Beerman Scholarship Fund, and Christen Laflamme, WSB, present a check to Logan Beerman who was chosen as one of the recipients of this year's Ed Beerman Scholarship Award.

 
WSB Supports Ed Beerman Fund

Tracy Mason, Ed Beerman Scholarship Fund, and Christen Laflamme, WSB, present a check to Madyson Amo who was chosen as one of the recipients of this year's Ed Beerman Scholarship Award.

      $357, 819.51

 
Giving Tree Total Giving for 2019

 $360356.36