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September 23, 2018

Pathfinder Bank Helps to Save Great Bear


Pathfinder Bank supports Friends of Great Bear and Central New York Land Trust with a $10,000 donation for the Campaign to Save Whiskey Island and Northern Great Bear as part of the Great Bear Springs Recreation Area.

From left are: James Dowd, executive vice president, chief Financial Officer/ COO, Pathfinder Bank;  Tonya Crisafulli, executive assistant to the president and CEO; Richard Drosse, coordinator, Friends of Great Bear;  Naneen Drosse, Friend of Great Bear; Margaret Bocsor, CNY Land Trust board member and Friend of Great Bear;  Sandy Bonanno, Friend of Great Bear; Mary Arnold, Friend of Great Bear.

From left are: James Dowd, executive vice president, chief Financial Officer/ COO, Pathfinder Bank; Tonya Crisafulli, executive assistant to the president and CEO; Richard Drosse, coordinator, Friends of Great Bear; Naneen Drosse, Friend of Great Bear; Margaret Bocsor, CNY Land Trust board member and Friend of Great Bear; Sandy Bonanno, Friend of Great Bear; Mary Arnold, Friend of Great Bear.

Pathfinder Bank’s substantial donation supports funds raised for the campaign goal of $165,000.

Pathfinder Bank is very proud to be a part of our community and we are honored to give back through our financial and volunteer support of the many vital civic and cultural organizations.

Since 1859 the bank has been serving the Central NY community, with a commitment to customers, fostering relationships with individuals and businesses within our community.

Pathfinder Bank recognizes the importance of Great Bear Springs Recreation Area as a 450 acre wooded green space preserved and enjoyed by our public.

The northern section of Great Bear comprises almost a third of Great Bear with trails through old growth hardwood and a variety of flora.

For more information about this campaign and Great Bear Recreation Area, go to www.friendsofgreatbear.org or www.cnylandtrust.org.

Or please contact: Richard Drosse, coordinator, Friends of Great Bear, 315-343-4565, [email protected]

Or: Meredeth Perreault, executive director of the Central New York Land Trust Inc., 315-575-8839,  [email protected]

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