SeaComm Supports the Back The Pack Program of Massena

SeaComm recently donated $3,000 to the Back the Pack Program of Massena. The funds will be used to help the program achieve its mission in helping local, less-fortunate children meet the basic need for food when school meals are unavailable.

Pictured from left are Back the Pack Committee Chairperson Julianne Paquin and SeaComm President & CEO Scott Wilson.

SeaComm Donates to St. Lawrence Power & Equipment Museum

SeaComm recently donated $1,000 to the St. Lawrence Power & Equipment Museum, located in Madrid. The funds will be used to assist the museum in its mission to preserve and share the knowledge of the inventions and new technologies that have supported and improved the lives of people living in the North Country.

Pictured from left are SeaComm Head Teller Rose Lapoint-Matthews, St. Lawrence Power & Equipment Museum Secretary Roger S. Austin, and SeaComm Branch Manager Barbara Bessette.

SeaComm Surprises Fairgoers with Free Ride Tickets

SeaComm recently purchased 400 ride tickets at the Franklin County Fair in Malone, and donated them back to families who were attending the fair on Children’s Day. This gesture is part of SeaComm’s Pay-it-Forward Campaign, which is an effort by SeaComm to further support the communities it serves.

Pictured from left are SeaComm Teller Ryan Duquette and Franklin County Fairgoers Katayah Theobald, Amanda Gilbert, and Kylie Theobald.

SeaComm Supports Claxton Hepburn Medical Center Foundation

SeaComm recently delivered the fourth installment of a five year, $25,000 pledge to the Claxton Hepburn Medical Center Foundation. The donation will be used to support the Foundation in its mission to provide exceptional care and state-of-the-art treatments, while enhancing the health and lives of area residents.

Pictured from left are SeaComm President and Chief Executive Officer Scott A. Wilson, and Executive Director of the Claxton Hepburn Medical Foundation Amanda Hitterman.

SeaComm Donates to Ogdensburg International Seaway Festival

SeaComm recently donated $1,000 in support of the 58th Annual Ogdensburg International Seaway Festival, which took place on 7/20/18 through 7/29/18 . The funds were used to support the numerous events that took place at the festival, including the fireworks show, music in the park, craft show and the Seaway Festival Parade.

Pictured from left are SeaComm Branch Manager Danielle Uppstrom and Seaway Festival President Christopher Cole.