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BNH Contributes to Laconia Elementary School Playground Project


Laconia, New Hampshire – May 14, 2024 – Demonstrating its commitment to nurturing the growth and vitality of local communities, Bank of New Hampshire is proud to announce its generous commitment of $50,000 to the Laconia Elementary School Playground Project. By contributing to this project, BNH is investing in the future of Laconia’s students and fostering a spirit of progress within the community.

Elevating the aspirations of students and residents alike, the Laconia Elementary School Playground Project aims to raise a total of over $488,000. This ambitious initiative seeks to breathe new life into the elementary school playground facilities at Elm Street School, Pleasant Street School and Woodland Heights School, envisaging vibrant spaces that foster holistic well-being, inclusivity and boundless exploration.

“Investing in the future of our youth is not just a responsibility, but a privilege,” affirmed Chris Logan, President & CEO of Bank of New Hampshire. “Our contribution to the Laconia Elementary School Playground Project exemplifies our steadfast commitment to Youth Services. By supporting initiatives like this, we are not only building playgrounds, but we are creating environments where young minds can thrive and dreams can take flight.”

Bank of New Hampshire is proud of this partnership as we aspire to remain an independent mutual financial institution, delivering innovative solutions and exceptional service, while assisting our employees, customers and communities to build brighter futures.

Bank of New Hampshire, founded in 1831 provides deposit, lending and wealth management products and services to families and businesses throughout New Hampshire and southern Maine. With 21 banking offices and assets exceeding $2 billion, Bank of New Hampshire is the oldest and one of the largest independent banks in the state. Bank of New Hampshire is a mutual organization, focused on the success of the bank’s customers, communities and employees, rather than stockholders. For more information, call 1.800.832.0912 or visit BNH.Bank.

Caption: From left to right: Michael Seymour, Executive Vice President – Chief Retail Banking & Marketing Officer for Bank of New Hampshire; School Board Chair Jennifer Anderson; Superintendent Steven Tucker; School Board member Laura Dunn; Michaela Champlin, Principal of Woodland Heights School; Chris Logan, President & CEO for Bank of New Hampshire.