West Shore Bank helps kick off Historical Society corporate partnerships.

March 23, 2016

west_shore_bank_historical_societyLUDINGTON — West Shore Bank became one of the first local corporations to contribute to the Mason County Historical Society’s Corporate Partnership program by donating $1,000 as a Platinum Level sponsor.

“This generous donation by West Shore Bank is exemplifies community giving at its best and will help the Historical Society continue its mission of preserving the heritage of Mason County and honoring those who have come before us,” said Rick Plummer, executive director of the Mason County Historical Society.
Mason County Historical Society owns and operates Historic White Pine Village, the Rose Hawley Museum (which contains historical documents from Mason County’s history) and the soon-to-be-open Port of Ludington Maritime Museum.
Editor’s note: Media Group 31, LLC, parent company of Mason County Press has also committed to being a Platinum Level sponsor.  

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