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With free Online Banking and Bill Pay, and free Mobile Web and Text Banking, summer never looked better.
This summer, we’re proud to introduce Merrimack24 Mobile Banking. Now you can easily manage your finances from the convenience of your smart phone or cell phone. It’s more than free. It’s freedom.
*Limited time offer. No purchase necessary. See Consumer Disclosure and Contest Rules for details.
Hey Kids! Join the Merrimack Summer Drawing Challenge!
We’re inviting kids age 5 12 to join the fun and draw a picture of what they love best about summer. Submit drawings on an official “My Perfect Summer!” entry form you can get them at any of our branches or download one here.
*No purchase necessary. All entries and artwork become the property of Merrimack County Savings Bank and will not be returned. Child’s first name and age are requested but not required.
Visit Our New Facebook Page!
We invite you to “like” Merrimack County Savings Bank (The Merrimack) on Facebook today. Get news and information about community events, happenings at Merrimack County Savings Bank branches, and other announcements. It’s a great way to stay in touch with all things Merrimack and the communities we serve!
Good Taste Endures
We’re happy to announce that we have won rights to remain on the menu board at The Works Café/Bakery for a second year after successfully bidding on the honor at the Friends Program Charity Auction on May 20, 2011. The Merrimack Stack, a specialty sandwich developed last summer, is a delicious combination of turkey, ham, bacon, herb cream cheese, spinach, tomato and cucumber on multigrain bread. Stop into The Works Café/Bakery today and try one! The Works is located at 42 North Main Street in Concord, NH.
Meet Covergirl, a very special mini-horse from Back in the Saddle Equine Therapy!
The staff of our 89 North Main Street branch in Concord recently received a surprise visit from Covergirl, a miniature horse from Back in the Saddle Equine Therapy (BITS ETC). BITS ETC, a new customer of The Merrimack, is a nonprofit association located in Hopkinton, NH, that offers therapeutic services for people living with disabilities.
To book Covergirl for a special appearance at your next event or function, please contact Pauline Meridien at 603-746-5681 or Bitsetc2003@aol.com. To learn more about, the programs offered at Back in the Saddle, or to find out how you can contribute to this worthy organization, please visit http://www.bitsetc.us/index.html.
Enjoy Customer Appreciation Days at Every Merrimack Branch
There is nothing we like more than making our customers happy. Every summer, we open the doors of our branches for Customer Appreciation Days. Whether you are a current customer or thinking about becoming one, we invite you to stop in during one of these events. Cool down with refreshing treats, enjoy a fun giveaway, and visit with our friendly staff!
Making a Difference by Supporting Local Grads. That’s Merrimack Style.
We are pleased to offer several scholarships to graduating seniors from Concord, Merrimack Valley and Bow High Schools preparing to enter college.
The James R. Stewart Memorial Scholarship was recently awarded to Madelaine Shampy of Concord High School. The scholarship was established in honor of James Stewart, owner and president of Capitol Offset Company and a trustee of both Capital Region Health Care and Concord Hospital.
The Dr. Robert E. Boucher Memorial Scholarship was presented to Rachel Perelli of Merrimack Valley High School. The scholarship was established in honor of Dr. Robert Boucher, a Radiologist and avid supporter of the Boys and Girls Club. He was also a school board member at Bishop Brady High School.
The recipient of the 2011 William H. Hilton Community Service Award was Laura Wolfe of Bow High School. The scholarship was established in honor of William Hilton, a longtime resident of the Town of Bow who was a selectman for six years and served on the town’s budget committee, planning boards, and school building committee. He was honored as Bow’s Citizen of the Year in 1991.
We offer our congratulations and best wishes to Madelaine, Rachel and Laura, 2011’s deserving recipients!
The Merrimack County Saving Bank Scholarship Fund in honor of Dudley W. Orr is administered annually by the NH Charitable Foundation as part of its Statewide Student Aid Program. Information and an application are available at www.nhcf.org. Seniors at Bow High School, Merrimack Valley High School, and Concord High School can also apply through their guidance offices for scholarships funded annually by Merrimack County Savings Bank.
Staff Members Recognized for Years of Service
Merrimack County Savings Bank staff that have been with The Merrimack for 5, 10, 15, and 20 years were honored recently at our annual employee dinner.
Fifteen-year service awards were presented to Paul Rizzi, President and CEO, Bow, NH; Terry Clarkson, Senior Vice President, Senior Operations Officer, Hopkinton, NH; Fran Douglas, Contoocook Branch Manager, Bow, NHC.
Twenty-year service awards were presented to Sue Berntsen, Underwriter/Mortgage Origination, Hooksett, NH; Pam Ordway, Vice President/Underwriting and Processing, Bow, NH.
Congratulations to our deserving honorees! Here’s to more fruitful years of active community outreach, excellent service and outstanding work.
Don’t Forget to Check Out Upcoming Events by Visiting Our Calendar Regularly!
Be sure to check back regularly as we’re always adding new events.
Call toll-free 800-541-0006 or visit www.TheMerrimack.com to learn more
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