Northwest Savings Bank contributes $1,500 to CRC

(Photo provided by Kellie Truman)

CLEARFIELD – Northwest Savings Bank Manager, Mike Ryan (River Road Office) and Manager Renea Brewer (South Second Street Office) presented a $1,500 contribution for 2010 to the Clearfield Revitalization Corporation (CRC). Receiving the contribution is Kellie Truman, Main Street manager for the CRC.

Northwest Savings Bank is a founding contributor to the CRC, which is vital to the life of the Main Street Program in Clearfield. For a community applying to be accepted into the Main Street Program, the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) requires a local match of contributions to fund the first five years. After the first five years, it is then up to the community to be self-sustained fully by local grants and contributions.

According to Truman, “The Clearfield Revitalization Corporation is sincerely thankful for Northwest Savings Bank contribution. This is the second year that they have been able to make a contribution to the CRC, and with their help, it is possible for Clearfield to continue to be a Main Street community to implement revitalization programs into town. We are deeply appreciative and honored that Northwest Savings Bank supports our revitalization efforts and believes in the betterment of Clearfield.”

The Clearfield Revitalization Corporation (CRC) is a non-profit 501(c)3 local public charity.

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