Clinton Savings Bank donates $10,000 to Shrewsbury police


Clinton Savings Bank donates $10,000 to Shrewsbury police
Robert J. Paulhus, Jr – President and CEO Clinton Savings Bank,
Kevin Anderson – Chief of Police, Shrewsbury, Kathleen Kennedy – VP, Branch Manager/Development Officer, Officer Tim Charland, and Sergeant David Faucher of the Shrewsbury Police. (Photo/Courtesy)

SHREWSBURY – The Shrewsbury Police Department was able to purchase a portable message board, thanks to a donation from Clinton Savings Bank. 

“With a population of almost 40,000, public safety is always one of our first priorities,” said Chief Kevin Anderson. “We are grateful to have Clinton Savings Bank in our town and to partner with them to enhance the safety of our community together.”

The bank donated $10,000 to the department. The board will allow the police department to display messages for road work, inclement weather, safety and town events.

“Since our beginning in 1851, we have been committed to being a local leader in each of the communities we serve. When we opened our seventh branch in Shrewsbury this past March we were thrilled to finally bring our services and support, starting with this donation, to the town, said President and CEO, Robert J. Paulhus, Jr. “We are eager to continue to serve the local people and businesses with these values at the forefront of what we do every day.”

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