Kennebec Savings Bank presented $25,000 to Johnson Hall as part of the bank’s $100,000 pledge toward the Gardiner hall’s historic rehabilitation project. Kennebec Savings Bank President and CEO Andrew Silsby, right, presented a check to Michael Miclon, of Buckfield, executive artistic director of Johnson Hall. The donation was the third installment toward the total pledge. Johnson Hall is in the middle of a $4.49 million capital campaign to complete rehabilitation of all three floors to provide a 400-seat theater, a large lobby and concession area, restrooms, a green room/dressing room for performers, an expanded foyer and full-service box office on the ground floor and ADA-compliant access, including an elevator serving all three floors.

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