NORWAY — Norway Savings Bank contributed $2,500 to the the Cottage Street Creative Exchange earlier this year.

The exchange, located in the Art Moves Dance Studio building at 13 Cottage St., is a place for people of all ages to experience creative expression, cultural exchange, collaboration and instruction, according to a news release from the bank.

The organization also hosts visiting dancers from other countries, holds studio shows, and brings the magic to local schools through special visits and presentations.

“Cottage Street Creative Exchange brings people together and encourages collaboration between people in our neighborhoods and individuals from around the world who visit. It’s remarkable,” said Dan Walsh, president and CEO of Norway Savings Bank. “You don’t have to talk to many people in the area before you meet someone who has had a great experience with CSCE. It’s made an immeasurable difference in our communities.”

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