Clinton Savings Bank donates funds to save exotic animals

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Clinton Savings Bank donates funds to save exotic animals
Robert J. Paulhus, Jr., President & CEO of the bank, holds one of the animals. (Photo/Submitted)

CLINTON – Clinton Savings Bank recently donated $1,500.00 to support Animal Adventures, with locations in Bolton and soon to be Hubbardston. 

The exotic animal rescue was founded by Ed and Brenda Laquidara in 1977 in Bolton. Its mission is to provide a home to unwanted and unable to be cared for animals. 

Their instructive nature educational sessions, offered to many schools, libraries, colleges and other functions along with tours and classes of their facilities, connects people of all ages to their natural world through educational hands-on experiences to promote curiosity, exploration and knowledge.

“Thanks to the support of Clinton Savings Bank, individuals get to experience the excitement

of nature that both inspires and informs,” said General Manager Chris Geary. “This year we were excited to have a visit with Robert J. Paulhus, Jr., President & CEO of the bank, to show off some of the stars of our Island of Misfit Animals winter program.” 

Clinton Savings Bank was established in 1851 and offers business and consumer banking through six full-service branches in Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Clinton, Sterling and West Boylston. It plans to open its seventh branch in Shrewsbury in 2023. 

For more information about Clinton Savings Bank, visit www.clintonsavings.com. To learn more about Animal Adventures, visit www.animaladventures.net.