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Sanibel Captiva Community Bank sponsors Symphony series

July 22, 2015
Island Reporter, Captiva Current, Sanibel-Captiva Islander

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank has signed on as a major sponsor of the Southwest Florida Symphony Sanibel concert series.

The series launches with a multimedia Beethoven Discovery Concert conducted by Maestro Leif Bjaland Jan. 13. Maestro Nir Kabaretti will conduct Symphonic Folklore Feb. 3 and A Soldier's Tale March 23. The concerts will be held at the BIG ARTS Center on Sanibel and repeated at Shell Point, Faith Presbyterian Church and the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center.

"The bank is proud to help Lee County's only professional orchestra during its 55th season," said bank President and CEO Craig Albert. "The concert series is a highlight of the Sanibel Island winter and much appreciated by island residents."

"We are deeply grateful for Sanibel Captiva Community Bank's generous support of the Southwest Florida Symphony," said the symphony's acting executive director Amy Ginsburg Padilla. "This is a clear demonstration of the value the bank places on the arts. We are honored that they have chosen to invest in us."

For ticket information, call the symphony box office at 239-418-1500, or visit

About Sanibel Captiva Community Bank

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank is the only bank chartered on Sanibel Island, where it has two locations. The bank also has two locations in Fort Myers, one in the Myerlee community and the second on McGregor Boulevard near Kelly Road.

All provide hands-on, individual service with free personal and business checking, top-yielding money market accounts, safe deposit boxes, automated teller machines and online, mobile and drive-thru banking.

The community bank, established in 2003, is locally owned and operated, specializing in residential loans. To learn more, visit



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