West Shore Bank donates to music programs

September 6, 2012

LUDINGTON — West Shore Bank donated part of the proceeds raised from this summer’s Rhythm & Dunes Community Concerts to local public school music programs. In addition to the vendor proceeds, West Shore Bank added additional monies to enable donations totalling $1,500 to Ludington Area Schools, Mason County Central and Mason County Eastern.

“Rhythm & Dunes was a music event so it seems fitting that we give back to the music programs at our local schools in support of the students’ gifts and talents,” said CEO and President Ray Biggs. “We’re thrilled with the response the event received from the community and are grateful to our business supporters for their generous donations. We are very excited to see how Rhythm & Duens will grow in the future.”

Pictured are Biggs, Ludington music teachers Keith Kuczynski and Bob Parker, MCE Superintendent Paul Shoup, MCC band director Tom Thomas and MCC Superintendent Jeff Mount.

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