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  • Kennebunk Savings signs on to Celebrate Dover 400th

    DOVER – Dover400, a committee organizing Dover’s 400th Anniversary, is pleased to announce Kennebunk Savings has donated $2,500 to support the City’s milestone birthday in 2023. These funds will be dedicated to the varied experiences being considered for the celebration event.

    “Community is at the heart of what we do,” said Erica Place, branch manager at Kennebunk Savings’ Dover location. “We’re thrilled to celebrate and support Dover400 and to help bring people together, celebrating this city’s rich history and recognizing the people who continue to make it an amazing place to live, work and play.”
     
    Established in 1623, Dover was the first permanent settlement in New Hampshire.  Dover400 has been tasked to create a celebration which involves children, adults, and Dover’s vibrant business community.  The group is in the midst of its $400 to support Dover’s 400th Anniversary campaign, an effort to raise money to support the activities planned throughout 2023. For more information about the campaign, to become a sponsor, volunteer, or to donate, please contact Dover400 Chair, Kevin McEneaney at k.mceneaney@dover.nh.gov or visit  www.dover.nh.gov/dover400  

     
    About Dover400
    Established in 1623, Dover was the first permanent settlement in New Hampshire.  Dover400 was formed to plan and organize the City’s 400th birthday celebration which will include historical reenactments, fireworks and parades, school involvement, souvenirs and more. Dover400 is comprised of seventeen members: Kevin McEneaney (chair) Kathleen Morrison (vice chair) Sam Allen, Coleen Ayers, Deborah Ballok, Elizabeth Burr, Robert Carrier, Angela Carter, Nicole Desjarlais Paulick, Guy Eaton, Morgan Faustino, Jesse Andrew Galt, Zachary Koehler, Tom Massingham, Kathleen Shannon, and Karen Weston.
     
    About Kennebunk Savings Bank
    With assets of $1.25 billion, Kennebunk Savings is a mutually owned, Maine-chartered community banking institution headquartered in Kennebunk, Maine operating 17 branch offices in York County, Maine and seacoast New Hampshire. Kennebunk Savings contributes 10% of its after-tax earnings back to the nonprofit community each year through its Community Promise program. The total commitment of that program has meant nearly $14 million for nonprofits in the community since 1994. For more information, please visit www.kennebunksavings.com or call (800) 339-6573.