Wells Fargo comes through for KiDiMu

Ken Spencer, manager of the Wells Fargo branch on Bainbridge Island, accompanied by his colleagues, Rich Weaver and Kimrick Soltanzadeh, visited the Kids Discovery Museum to present its board president Sonya Marinoni with a check in support of Free First Thursdays, the museum’s most popular program.

  • Sunday, July 29, 2012 1:13pm
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Ken Spencer presents Kids Discovery Museum’s board president Sonya Marinoni with a check in support of the Free First Thursday program

Ken Spencer, manager of the Wells Fargo branch on Bainbridge Island, accompanied by his colleagues, Rich Weaver and Kimrick Soltanzadeh, visited the Kids Discovery Museum to present its board president Sonya Marinoni with a check in support of Free First Thursdays, the museum’s most popular program.

Wells Fargo has been a longtime supporter of the museum and is a returning sponsor of the monthly free-admission day that makes it possible for all to enjoy KiDiMu. Every month, hundreds of children and their families from all over Puget Sound take advantage of this special program.

To learn more about Free First Thursdays and other programs, and summer camps, visit the museum’s Web site at www.kidimu.org or call 206-855-4650.

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