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Bristol County Savings Bank Awards $18,000 Grant to Community Development of Attleboro – Expo for the Senses

Bristol County Savings Bank Awards $18,000 Grant to Community Development of Attleboro - Expo for the SensesTAUNTON, MA, August 3, 2018 — In partnership with the City of Attleboro, Bristol County Savings Bank (BCSB) recently awarded a grant totaling $18,000 to Community Development of Attleboro during a check presentation at Attleboro City Hall.  Specifically, the gift will help fund the upcoming 10th Annual Expo for the Senses for which the Bank is the lead sponsor.  The free, family fun celebration of music, food, jewelry and art will take place on Saturday, August 18th from Noon – 5:00 p.m. at Judith H. Robbins Park on Riverfront Drive (between Wall Street and Olive Street) in Attleboro.

Patrick J. Murray, Jr., President and CEO of BCSB, awarded the grant to Paul Heroux, Mayor of the City of Attleboro and several Expo for the Senses team members.  “The Community Development of Attleboro has long been a lead agency supporting events in the community like the Summer Expo for the Senses and, as we are a community bank, we are proud to team up to encourage business activity and reinforce the enthusiasm and interest in all things related to the city,” said Murray.

The Summer Expo for the Senses is a collaboration between the City of Attleboro, the Attleboro Arts Museum, Attleboro Jewelers, Cardinal Marketing and others.  The team works together to secure artists and craftspersons, entertainers and area restaurants to celebrate the vibrancy of the city.  Entertainment will include live music by the 7-piece rhythm and blues band Blue F.O.’s, water slides, a giant raffle, food samplings from area restaurants, a jewelry exhibit, a craft fair and art sale, face painting, free caricatures, sidewalk chalk, sand art and town police and fire exhibits.