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Lake Shore Savings Bank celebrates 15 years as Rockefeller Season Sponsor

Daniel P. Reininga (center), who is president, CEO and director of Lake Shore Savings Bank, presents a sponsorship check for $ 12,000 to Rockefeller Arts Center director Jefferson Westwood (right) and Tim Murphy, who is Director of Development for the Fredonia College Foundation.

Lake Shore Savings Bank marks 15 consecutive years as a season wide sponsor for the Michael C. Rockefeller Arts Center at SUNY Fredonia.

The Dunkirk financial institution has pledged $ 12,000 to support performing arts programming for the 2021-2022 season.

Rockefeller Arts Center Director Jefferson Westwood noted that the steadfast support of Lake Shore Savings is more important than ever as programming resumes in 2021-2022 after being cut short by the pandemic.

“We were able to reopen our doors this season thanks to a strong financial position thanks in part to the Lake Shore Savings Bank and their commitment to the performing arts in our community,” he said.

“We were able to reopen our doors this season thanks to a strong financial position thanks in part to the Lake Shore Savings Bank and its commitment to the performing arts in our community. – RAC Director Jefferson Westwood

Lake Shore Savings Bank was the very first corporate sponsor of Rockefeller Arts Center and has long set the standard for corporate sponsorship in the local community.

Originally established in 1891, Lake Shore Savings has grown to include 11 branches in Chautauqua and Erie counties. Its head office is located at 131 East Fourth St. in Dunkirk.


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