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  June 2016 • watertownsavings.com • 617.928.9000

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Customer Appreciation Events

Watertown Savings Bank has the best customers! And one of the ways we show our thanks is by hosting a series of cookouts at many of our branch locations throughout the summer.  Bank staff do the cooking and serving.  We serve hot dogs, chips, soft drinks and dessert.  We also have music and a drawing for a gift basket.   Click “full story” to see the schedule. And mark your calendar.  Join us for some summer fun.
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The Financial Accounts Everyone Should Have
Essential accounts no one should be without

It’s hard to speak for everyone in the world, but when it comes to banking, financial accounts are pretty universal — and beneficial. And while everyone’s different, there are a few main accounts you’ll likely want to have.
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How to be a Savvy Senior and Avoid Scams
Top Ten Financial Scams Targeting Older Adults

The most important tool to avoid scams is to stay aware of the kinds of scams being produced.  Financial scams targeting seniors have become so prevalent that they’re now considered “the crime of the 21st century.” Why? Because seniors are thought to have a significant amount of money sitting in their accounts.
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Classic Movies to Get You Excited for Summer
Spend summer with the movie stars watching these Hollywood hits

Most kids don’t need any help getting excited for summer, that time of the year when the responsibilities of school give way to carefree days in the sun. But watching these classic movies will make everyone in the family—even parents—anxious for the lazy, hazy days of summer.
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Get Creative with Leftover Fruits and Vegetables
A few ways to use those lingering fruits and vegetables

It’s a tale as old as vegetable crispers: you are in the midst of your weekly refrigerator clean out and you realize that you have some produce you forgot to use.
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Housing Information Session for Watertown Seniors

Many seniors may qualify for affordable housing and not realize it. There is an information session June 14 at 10:30am in the Watertown Public Library. There will also be a discussion about aging in place, downsizing and assisted living. It is presented by Metro West Collaborative Development and funded in part by the Marshall Home Fund. For more information please call 617-923-3505.
High School Photo Contest Awards Night

We recently hosted an Awards Night for the twelve talented high school photographers who were chosen in this year’s contest.  Hina Patel of Waltham was our First Place winner.  Her winning photo is shown here.  You’ll be able…
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Chip Cards Are Coming!

Watch your mail! Watertown Savings Bank is sending our debit cardholders a replacement card that has a chip embedded.

What is a chip card and why am I getting one? Chip cards are debit cards that have an embedded chip. They offer you …

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Club 50 News
To the races!
by Karen Condor

Club 50 is gearing up for summer; in fact, the first day of summer (Monday, June 20) is our first-day sign-up for Saratoga!

We’re packing a lot into this much-requested 2-night/3-day trip set for August 16-18, including, foremost, “The …

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Seven Tips to Avoid Online Fraud

Every year, millions of consumers fall victim to cybercrime. According to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, in 2014, consumers lost more than $800 million from scams initiated through the web. In recognition of Internet Safety …
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WSB Branch Manager Named Community Bank Hero

Congratulations to our East Watertown Branch Manager, Assistant Vice President William Burgess! He was named a Community Bank Hero by The Warren Group and Banker & Tradesman. Community Bank Heroes is an annual award that honors the…
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