The First provides program to make Wishes Come True

Jul 15, 2014
Visiting the Knox Center to present a check, from left, is Jake Miller, VP Branch Manager, The First; A. Mason Johnson, Knox Center resident; Susan Low, Knox Center Director of Nursing; Sara Hatfield, Knox Center Executive Assistant; Sam Hill, VP Business Relationship Officer, The First and Alicia Costa, Assistant Branch Manager, The First.

Rockland — Thanks to The First, N.A. of Damariscotta, residents of The Knox Center for Long Term Care in Rockland will be treated to a lobster bake due to the Wish Comes True program.

The program is provided by The First through operation of the Senior Crimestoppers Program through the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation.

The Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation is a national organization that serves as a conduit for banks to use to fulfill their federally mandated Community Reinvestment Act requirements through providing aid to low and moderate income individuals in their local community. The Foundation’s mission is to provide safe and secure living environments for the nation’s senior nursing home residents, many of whom are low and moderate income individuals, through the operation of the nationally-acclaimed Senior Crimestoppers program.

For more information about Senior Crimestoppers contact Terry Rooker at 800-529-9096 or visit seniorcrimestoppers.org.

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