Thanks to the generosity of Machias Savings Bank, admission will be free on select dates

BAR HARBOR The Abbe Museum will continue to offer free admission in 2016, thanks to the generosity of Machias Savings Bank. Admission will be free on select days throughout the summer and fall, as well as from November through December.

'For the past 24 years, Machias Savings Bank has been an incredibly generous supporter of the Abbe Museum,' said Abbe President and CEO Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko. 'Thanks to their support, our free admission program during the 2015 winter months made a substantial impact on the Maine community. Not only did our visitor numbers dramatically increasefrom approximately 900 in 2014 to 1,100 in 2015we also received verbal and written comments from guests about how pleased they were to be able to visit the Museum for free during the quieter months.'

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Wednesday, 24 April 2013 14:54

Teaming Up

Waterfront Concerts and Machias Savings Bank announce exclusive pre-sale opportunities for bank customers

BREWER Waterfront Concerts recently announced an exclusive arrangement with Machias Savings Bank in which the bank's customers will have access to tickets prior to their availability to the general public. The arrangement was announced during a press conference at the Machias Savings Bank branch on Wilson Street in Brewer.

"We have already announced some big shows this year, but there is more to come," said Alex Gray, president of Waterfront Concerts. "And because of sponsors like Machias Savings Bank coming on board and realizing the appeal of the Waterfront Concert Series at the Darling's Pavilion, we are able to bring bigger shows to the Bangor Waterfront ... like the top-tier shows that have already been announced - Toby Keith, Sting, Phish and Kenny Chesney."

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BANGOR - Machias Savings Bank recently awarded the Challenger Learning Center of Maine an additional $2,500 to provide students in Maine with the opportunity to fly space science missions at the Challenger Center.

"The $5,000 total commitment of Machias Savings Bank to Challenger in 2012 is wonderful," said Susan Jonason, Challenger executive director. "Over the years, hundreds of students from Maine, especially from Washington County, have become inspired to pursue higher levels of science and math education because of Machias Savings Bank's ongoing support of the Challenger program. We appreciate their investment in the future by making this possible for Maine students.

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