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Fall Financial Check In
Chelsea Groton Bank SEPTEMBER 2015

Mutual Matters


Financial Class

Kicking Off Fall with Free Financial Seminars

Chelsea Groton Bank is producing and sponsoring financial literacy seminars this fall on how to improve credit scores, prepare to buy a home, create a budget, prevent identity theft, and more. Read more about the classes being offered here.

Heirloom Tomato Salad

Apple Crisp

Looking for a way to use the apples you just picked? Try this new twist on a traditional apple crisp. View the recipe here.

Prevent Elder Abuse

Preventing Elder Financial Abuse

Financial abuse of elders is a growing issue nationwide. Learn more about signs to look out for and how you can help protect yourself and those you love. Read more.


Community Connection: Events & Updates to Serve You

Chelsea Groton FoundationChelsea Groton Foundation Applications – Due Next Week
Scientific, educational and charitable organizations throughout the Bank’s market area are invited to apply for a grant through the Chelsea Groton Foundation. The deadline for submitting the fall grant application has been extended until Friday, September 25, 2015. Click here for more information on the Chelsea Groton Foundation and to access the updated application.

Affordable Housing Forum, Norwich
Attention business leaders, non-profits, and government officials...On Thursday, October 22, from 9 – 11 a.m., Chelsea Groton Bank will be hosting an Affordable Housing Forum at the Otis Library in Norwich. The purpose of the forum is to address critical needs and bring awareness of opportunities for housing in Southeastern Connecticut. Mayor Deb Hinchey, Selectman Rob Simmons, Jude Carroll of the CT Housing Coalition, and Norbert Deslauriers of CHFA will be among the panelists discussing the state of the local economy, and the need for affordable housing to be available in growing urban and suburban areas. David Fink of Partnership for Strong Communities will moderate the discussion. The forum is free and open to the public. For more information, or to register for the event, please contact Pam Days-Luketich at or 860-448-4236.

Fall Festivals and Parades
Join Chelsea Groton Bank at the many community events we are involved with this fall:

  • Groton's Fall Festival, October 10, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at Poquonnock Plains Park, Groton. Spend the day supporting over 100 artists, crafters, businesses and nonprofit organizations.
  • The Westerly-Pawcatuck Columbus Day Parade, October 11. With over 80 participating marching units, the parade starts at 1:10 p.m. at Tower and Granite Streets in Westerly and ends at Town Hall.
  • Apple Harvest Festival, October 16 – 18, at Welles Street Riverfront Park, Glastonbury. Over 100 vendors, 40 bands, amusement rides, a petting zoo, a 5k race, and more, are part of this annual 3-day festival.

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