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At the presentation were, from left, First American Bank President John Malmberg, two BRIDGE youth Anna Haug and Melissa Schultz, BRIDGE employee Tracy Gardow and BRIDGE Executive Director Peg Gagnon. Submitted photo

Denim with a Cause donates to BRIDGE

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Denim with a Cause donates to BRIDGE
River Falls Wisconsin 2815 Prairie Drive / P.O. Box 25 54022

First American Bank's Denim with a Cause Program recently donated $500 to BRIDGE for Youth with Disabilities.

BRIDGE provides programming for youth and adults with disabilities. It collaborates with school, county and community youth-serving agencies in providing lifelong learning opportunities for youth and adults with disabilities.

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At the presentation were, from left, First American Bank President John Malmberg, two BRIDGE youth Anna Haug and Melissa Schultz, BRIDGE employee Tracy Gardow and BRIDGE Executive Director Peg Gagnon.

The First American Bank donation will go towards the BRIDGE Bowl-a-rama fundraiser on Saturday, April 9 at the Hudson Bowling Center.

First American Bank, 2424 Monetary Drive, created Denim with a Cause to raise money and awareness for the local charities and nonprofit organizations.

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