CRC Receives $5,000 Contribution

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CLEARFIELD – The Clearfield Revitalization Corp. (CRC) has received a contribution from the Clearfield Bank & Trust Co. in the amount of $5,000 for 2014.

This contribution is a part of the bank’s ongoing pledge to the CRC since the organization’s formation in 2008. The CB&T has been vital to the sustainability of the CRC Main Street Program.

Bill Wood, chief executive officer of the CB&T, stated, “We are very pleased to make these ongoing contributions to support this very worthwhile effort.  The progress the CRC has made is having a very positive effect on the downtown area.”

Main Street Manager Heather Bozovich added, “The CRC would like to thank Clearfield Bank & Trust Co. for its continued support of our downtown revitalization efforts. This ongoing contribution has helped to sustain our work in Clearfield for the past five years.

“And, it will continue to assist in the maintenance and expansion of projects that will lead to the betterment of the Clearfield community as a whole. We are very fortunate to have such a community-oriented institution within the Clearfield Main Street District.”

Pictured are Chris Renaud, CRC director of planning and development, Bozovich, Wood and Kathy Jacobson, assistant vice president – branch manager of Clearfield Bank & Trust Co.

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