Simsbury Bank is pleased to have made a $1,700 donation to the Simsbury Camera Club in exchange for photos, taken by Club members, that are featured in the Bank’s 2019 full-color calendar.  Granby Camera Club members also contributed photos in exchange for a donation from the Bank. 

The Bank has been publishing a free calendar of local photos each year since 2003.  The calendar features beautiful images of local scenes and landmarks.  Simsbury Camera Club members contributing photos this year are Dolph Fusco, Aline Galin, James Holst, Lee Ann Moran, Ray Padron, Richard Provost, Ben Skaught, John Straub, Jim Watso and Frank Zaremba. 

Calendars are free and available in all of the Bank’s branches while supplies last.  Those who would like to pick up a free calendar can do so at any Simsbury Bank branch location during branch business hours:

Avon – 27 Dale Road

Bloomfield – 864 Cottage Grove Road

Granby – 11 Hartford Avenue

Simsbury – 981 Hopmeadow Street

West Hartford – 1232 Farmington Avenue

In addition to providing the printed calendar, Simsbury Bank also hosts a Community Events Calendar on its website, Local not-for-profit organizations are encouraged to submit their upcoming event to our online calendar listing. Simsbury Bank is proud to support local organizations by publicizing this information online.

Simsbury Bank is an independent, community bank for consumers and businesses based in Connecticut.  Simsbury Bank Home Loans is a division of Simsbury Bank serving the home financing needs of consumers throughout Southern New England.  Simsbury Bank is wholly-owned by publicly traded SBT Bancorp, Inc., whose stock is traded on the OTC Pink marketplace under the ticker symbol of SBTB.  For more information, visit


Pictured (left to right)  Ray Padron, Calendar Liaison, Simsbury Camera Club; Susan Presutti, Human Resources Officer, Simsbury Bank; and John Straub, President, Simsbury Camera Club.  Members of the Simsbury Camera Club provided 16 photos for Simsbury Bank’s 2019 calendar, including the one used on the cover, and in exchange received a $1,700 donation from Simsbury Bank.


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