On October 6, 2006, then president Reino Horstmeyer and members of the Board of Directors broke ground on the Bank’s fourth location in Dayville, Connecticut. Opened on May 7, 2007, the new office featured a drive-up window, 24-hour ATM, safe deposit boxes and a coin counting machine.
Today, the office is one of seven locations serving customers from Putnam to Pawcatuck.
Join the Celebration
During the 150th celebrations, the Bank is hosting events at each branch near, or on, the date of its founding. This week, the festivities move to our Dayville office as we invite neighbors to stop by and enter to win $150, which automatically enters them into a $1,500 grand prize drawing. On Friday, May 5, visitors can also enjoy refreshments and cupcakes. Visit our 150th webpage for drawing rules and additional information.
Want to stay up to date with all of the Bank’s celebrations?
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