You probably have heard about Merrimack24 Mobile Banking by now. But here’s something new: a free Merrimack County Savings Bank mobile banking app for iPhone and Android users. Managing your finances from the convenience of your smart phone has never been easier.
Download the app and take advantage of mobile banking today. It’s more than free. It’s freedom.
Go to www.TheMerrimack.com/mobile to learn more and get started today.
Back by Popular Demand eStatements Postage Giveaway
Due to overwhelming popularity, we’re bringing back our eStatements postage giveaway! New subscribers to eStatements will receive a year’s worth of postagethe amount we would have spent mailing your statementsas a deposit in your primary Merrimack account just for signing up. That’s 12 stamps times $0.44 or $5.28! Sign up now and watch for a credit to your primary account. This offer ends December 31st, and it may not come back again.
As a special bonus, we will be donating $1 for each person who signs up for eStatements before the end of the year to Concord and Nashua community food banks.
Customer response to last year’s eStatements promotion was outstanding. Almost 600 new eStatements subscribers, more than $3,000 rewarded to customers and $600 to local food banks The Friendly Kitchen in Concord and The St. John Neumann Food Pantry in Nashua.
All about eStatements
eStatements are the electronic versions of your regular bank statements available online for free. Traditional bank statements are inefficient. They use too much paper for printing and mailing, take anywhere from a day to a week to arrive in your mailbox, and require room for storage. eStatements are free and available online as soon as your information is ready. You can access your eStatements anywhere you can get online, and you can file them on your computer for easy reference.
Registration is quick and easy. Click here to get started now »
*Registration for Merrimack County Savings Bank Online Banking required.
Another reason to “Like” The Merrimack
We will be donating $1 to The Granite United Way for every new “like” on our Facebook page from now until December 31st.
Visit our Facebook page by clicking the link to the right and “like” us todayand encourage your friends to “like” us tooand help support a great cause. More than fundraisers, The United Way is a partner in change, working with a broad range of people and organizations to identify and resolve pressing community issues.
More than 3 decades of support for a noble cause.
That’s Merrimack Style.
3rd Annual Merrimack Holiday Pops Concert
We are pleased to be offering this very special gift to the community for a third straight year. Please join us for a free public concert at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, New Hampshire, at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 18th.
This year, The Merrimack Holiday Pops will feature the New England Wind Symphony, Clayton “Skip” Poole, music director and conductor, along with guests Laura Knoy, Patty Barkas, Elliott Markow, Kathleen Lyon-Pingree and the Boston-based vocal jazz quartet “Syncopation.”
Highlights include a world premier performance of composer Jerry Ascione’s newest work of a medley of 1940’s holiday music including “White Christmas” and “Sun Valley Serenade.” In addition, there will be a holiday sing-along of traditional carols, new seasonal arrangements by the Wind Symphony’s chief arranger, Mr. Mark Sensinger, and the annual reading of “Twas the Night Before Christmas” by Laura Knoy along with full Wind Symphony accompaniment.
The Merrimack Holiday Pops was conceived in collaboration with Skip Poole, Vice President and senior associate of our Wealth Management group. Skip also happens to be an accomplished music director and conductor. With a desire to do more for the community and having such a wonderful musical resource under our own roof, we created The Merrimack Holiday Pops three years ago.
Tickets are free and available beginning October 17, 2011, at 11:00 AM through the Capitol Center for the Arts. The Merrimack invites donations to benefit the Capitol Center for the Arts on the day of performance. For additional information about obtaining tickets, please visit www.ccanh.com.
Meet Maria Acebron, Senior Teller
Maria is a Senior Teller at our Business Center located on 190 North Main Street in Concord. Her personable nature and friendly disposition make her a familiar face among “regulars” at the Business Center.
Maria’s story is one of perseverance and a positive, can-do attitude. When she relocated with her husband and daughter from Madrid, Spain, to Bow, New Hampshire, more than 24 years ago, Maria quickly realized the limitations of not being able to speak and read in English. Grocery shopping, doctors’ appointments and everyday activities and tasks many of us take for granted, were nearly impossible.
Wanting to be able to read picture books written in English to her eldest daughter, then 6, Maria enrolled in Second Start on Knight Street in Concord and to graduated with her GED in 1998.
With a renewed confidence and her children in school, Maria began her career at Bow Mills Bank and Trust in 1999 (now the Bow branch of Merrimack County Savings Bank). As a customer, she fell in love with the homey, warm, comforting environment offered at Bow Mills. Mentored by Linda Lorden, then Retail Manager, Maria persisted dailyasking for any job opportunities until a teller position became available. She went on to become Bow Mills’ deposit operations specialist in 2005. In 2007, when Bow Mills merged with The Merrimack, Maria resumed her position as Senior Teller, interacting with customers on a daily, face-to-face basis. Many customers go so far as to seek Maria while in line, because of her gracious, meticulous work style. Dedicated and a self-described “perfectionist,” Maria does not rest until customer issues are resolved.
Maria has genuine appreciation and love for people and is the embodiment of Merrimack Style. Stop into the Business Center during your next banking trip and say hello to Maria!
Feature Film: “Tuck’s Gift”
The Merrimack is honored to support the production of “Tuck’s Gift,” a documentary film appearing on New Hampshire Public Television (NHPTV) next month. A special screening is scheduled for Saturday, November 26, 2011. The New Hampshire Historical Society will be celebrating its current home, the 100-year-old library located at 30 Park Street in Concord, with this film, which documents the building’s origins, construction and opening on November 23, 1911. Financed through a gift by Edward and Julia Tuck, and designed by Guy Lowell, it was constructed using the finest materials of its day and was meant to serve future generations of New Hampshire.
“Tuck’s Gift” was made possible in part by the New Hampshire Humanities Council and with major support from Merrimack County Savings Bank.
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