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Simsbury Bank Donates $750 to Auer Farm Fall Festival

BLOOMFIELD, CT - October 22, 2013 – Simsbury Bank is pleased to have made a $750 donation to the 4-H Education Center at Auer Farm to support the Auer Farm Fall Festival that was held on Saturday, October 5th. The festival featured displays from various 4-H programs and projects, booths from local vendors and businesses, food, live music, a corn maze, carnival games, hay rides and more on the beautiful 120 acre farm.

The 4-H Education Center is a non-profit education center focused on teaching young people how to foster an appreciation for all that nature has to offer. Students focus on inquiry-based learning while exploring woodlands, trees, plants, and natural habitats.

4-H Auerfarm Executive Director Jack Hasagawa accepted the donation on behalf of Auerfarm. “It’s always a wonderful feeling when organizations generously donate their time and efforts toward the betterment of education,” said Hasagawa. “We sincerely thank Simsbury Bank for their support.”

For more information on the 4-H Education Center at Auer Farm, please visit:

Simsbury Bank is an independent, publicly owned community bank for consumers and businesses based in Central Connecticut’s Farmington Valley. Simsbury Bank’s parent company is SBT Bancorp, Inc. whose stock is traded under the ticker symbol OTCBB: SBTB.  The Bank serves customers locally through branches in Avon, Bloomfield, Granby and Simsbury and regionally through mortgage and commercial bankers active throughout Southern New England.  Simsbury Bank customers enjoy internet banking and mortgage services at, respectively, and  Bank customers have free ATM access at thousands of machines across the country through the SUM program.  The Bank offers financial planning, investment and insurance products through LPL Financial and its affiliates, member FINRA/SIPC.

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