Ledyard National Bank “Lends a Hand” to Twelve Local Non-Profit
Nov 16, 2009 -
On Saturday, October 17th, nearly sixty Ledyard employees, family members and clients volunteered their time and labor at twelve local non-profit organizations.
Our volunteers painted at Hannah House, Mascoma Area Senior Center, Second Wind Foundation and the Upper Valley Senior Center. In addition to painting at the Upper Valley Senior Center, our volunteers scrubbed walls behind the kitchen sinks and removed flowers and flower boxes. We assembled 265 art packs for children waiting to be seen at CHaD. At the Enfield Shaker Museum, volunteers cleaned and prepared the museum’s oldest building and also moved artifacts for a new exhibit. An in-town pedestrian path was cleared for the Hanover Conservation Commission and we raked leaves at WISE. At the Montshire Museum of Science, we removed invasive plants from trails, cut water filters, stained boards for a bridge, sanded stools and cut metal tread for stairs. We prepared the Upper Valley Hostel for thewinter months, raked, cleaned up the yard and made granola for fundraising activities. At VINS, our volunteers raked trails and planted bulbs.
On September 26th, our volunteers cleaned thirteen Upper Valley bus shelters for Advance Transit.
Ledyard is proud to support its community through these volunteer efforts
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