Canandaigua’s Inclusion in Motion Playground held a ribbon cutting and grand opening on June 18th. Deborah Rought, Community Office Manager at Canandaigua National Bank & Trust (CNB) and Past President, Kiwanis of Canandaigua, participated in the ceremony.
The mission of the Inclusion in Motion Playground is “To empower all abilities and ages to play, exercise, learn and socialize together while enriching our community.” A committee was created by Mike and Nanci Bentley, and physical therapist, Sonya Smith, that has successfully worked with the Canandaigua community to bring this vision into reality.
CNB supported the playground’s Dream Big Campaign, with a $25,000 donation. Many community volunteers and civic organizations have worked to not only raise over $1.3 million for the project, but to build and ready this all-inclusive playground for launch.
Founded in 1887, Canandaigua National Bank & Trust is the region’s only local, full-service, community-owned financial institution, with 25 branches in Ontario and Monroe counties, as well as three Financial Services Offices, located in Canandaigua, Bushnell’s Basin, and downtown Rochester. Together they offer a full range of financial services for individuals, businesses, municipalities, and not-for-profit organizations. For more information, visit CNBank.com.
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