One of the driving principles behind the establishment of Castle Bank and Trust Company is the belief that reinvesting in the community pays dividends for all involved. Castle extends this philosophy far beyond its business ventures to the community at large. Well before we opened our doors to our first customers in 1999, Castle Bank and its employees became involved in a number of charitable events in the Greater Meriden area. It is our goal to become a recognizable participant in the community events that are reshaping Meriden. 

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--> Bicentennial fundraising starts strong - By Bill Yelenak, Record-Journal Staff  

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

--> Meriden's Bicentennial Presentation - Y's Men of Meriden - An excerpt from the Y's Men of Meriden's Website (  

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

--> Community Shows Support for Kuhn�s New Home

Thursday, December 08, 2005

--> Naugatuck Savings To Buy Meriden Bank - All-cash Castle Bank deal to fetch $13 per share - By M.C.B., Business New Haven  

Monday, October 17, 2005

--> Castle + Naugatuck: Big-time resources, small-town presence - By Mary Ellen Godin, Record-Journal Business Editor  

Sunday, October 16, 2005

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