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Salisbury Bank is hosting a free Community Shred-it Day at its Sharon branch office in Connecticut.  The event is free and open to the public, and is held to help members of the community safely dispose of unwanted personal documents.

Shredding services will be available on Saturday, September 15 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. People are welcome to bring up to four boxes of unneeded confidential documents (paper only, no binders) to be shredded and recycled for free. Details about the event can be found on the Bank’s website, .

“We’re pleased to host this Community Shred-it Day,” said Rick Cantele, president and CEO. “Not only does shredding sensitive documents decrease the risk of identity theft, but recycling the shredded paper contributes significantly to conservation efforts.”

Examples of items that are suitable for on-site shredding include: bank statements, medical and insurance forms, tax forms, receipts and personal files. Staples and paper clips do not have to be removed.

Shredding will be provided by Shred-it, Inc. Shred-it specializes in providing secure document destruction services. After material is shredded on site, it is subsequently baled and recycled. This ensures that private information is disposed of safely, and that the paper shredding helps save the environment in the process.

Salisbury Bank is committed to supporting and enriching the communities in which we serve, and is proud to sponsor this important community program. 


Salisbury Bank is a full-service community bank headquartered in Lakeville, Connecticut and presently operates full service branches in Canaan, Lakeville, Salisbury and Sharon, Connecticut as well as South Egremont and Sheffield, Massachusetts and Dover Plains and Millerton, New York.  The Bank has been serving families and businesses for 160 years and offers a full range of consumer and business banking products and services as well as trust and investment services.

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