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The Village of Quincy held a naming celebration and picnic in the park Wednesday, June 6th, to unveil the name of the outdoor pavilion at the village park.
Village residents and staff filled the park for the presentation that provided thanks to Century Bank and Trust for its gift of the lot of land behind the pavilion. The land will be home to mural boards for Quincy High School seniors to leave their mark in the community, a spot for corn hole during village events and more.
Century Bank and Trust “employees have been active and part of the events in the Chamber, Rotary and others that make Quincy a great place to live,” said Mike Hagaman, village council president pro-tem. “We appreciate this gift and all of the support Century Bank and Trust has given us.”
Hagaman also thanked the village staff for the improvements made to the park, the village police department for providing safety, Erin Kay Vesey, Brittany Hartman and Village Manager Eric Zuzga for putting the event, and other events in the village, together.
Victoria Odisher, Branch Manager of Quincy’s Century Bank and Trust office, said,
“Thank you to the Village of Quincy and all of its citizens for allowing Century Bank and Trust to play a role in the continued improvements in this Quincy community we love so much.”
After the presentation, Zuzga revealed the new name of the pavilion as the “Century Bank and Trust Entertainment Pavilion.” The sign was provided by ArcTech Precision Welding of Quincy.
Additional sponsors included:
Pedro and Danielle from Spirit Cafe, which catered the lunch, Biggby Coffee, Canopys R Us, Tilted Tulip Florist and Mello Productions.