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SeaComm Pays It Forward

We have been very busy paying-it-forward in the communities we serve. Continue reading to learn about our most recent random acts of kindness!

Paying for tubing passes at Titus Mountain: It was our pleasure to cover the cost of tubing passes at Titus Mountain in Malone. Beginning at 11am on Sunday, February 13, the first 100 individuals to arrive at the tubing hill were able to enjoy a day of fun, courtesy of SeaComm. We also provided each individual with winter hats, playing cards, complimentary donuts, and other giveaway items. Pictured (l to r) from SeaComm are Branch Manager Christine Marshall, Teller Parry Bissonette, Assistant Branch Manager Secilley Shipman, and Financial Service Representative Cheyenne Boardway.

Delivering lunch to local businesses: In the month of January, we purchased 50 pizzas from Giuseppe’s in Malone and delivered them to 20 local businesses throughout the community. In March, we purchased 50 pizzas from Little Italy in Potsdam and surprised another 20 businesses with free lunch. This random act of kindness is a small gesture to show our appreciation for the local business sector that plays a vital role in the community. Pictured from left are Jernabi Coffeehouse Owner Stephanie Russo and SeaComm Member Business Loan Manager Craig Chevalier.  

Sponsoring the adoptions at Gracious Friends Animal Sanctuary in Heuvelton. During Pet Appreciation Week, February 22-27, we sponsored all pet adoptions at the animal sanctuary. Through this event, we were able to help 15 pets find their forever homes! Pictured is Cooper the dog, who was adopted during the event.

Paying for orders at Brew Haha in Watertown. We were happy to cover the cost of orders at Brew Haha! Beginning at 10am, the first 100 individuals to arrive at the coffee shop on Friday, March 11, had their coffee and lunch paid for by SeaComm. Pictured from left are Brew Haha Customer Iakonhnhiio Cook with Titus the dog and SeaComm Watertown Branch Manager Leslie Bush.

Covering the cost of drive-thru orders at Tim Hortons in Massena and Akwesasne. This event was announced in advance, and 200 people received free breakfast or lunch paid for by SeaComm! Our staff also provided each individual with coffee tumblers, reusable grocery bags, hand sanitizer and other giveaway items. Pictured from left are Tim Hortons Customer Ruth LaPage and SeaComm Business Development Manager Jerry Manor.


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