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Save Sibley’s Store

Chesapeake Bank was one of the first corporate contributors to the Mathews County Visitor and Information Center’s capital campaign to save Sibley’s General Store pledging $50,000 toward the project in 2020. According to a release, the bank continued to help with efforts to raise the necessary funds to restore the foundation and structural integrity of the building, which has been damaged from over a century of flooding, water damage and aging. “Receiving Chesapeake Bank’s support at the beginning of our capital campaign gave us full confidence to embrace this intimidating fundraising goal head-on,” said MCVIC Executive Director Emily Allen. MCVIC still needs to raise $48,000 to reach its goal of $625,000 to start the project early next year. To support this project, donate online at www.visitmathews.com/savesibleys or mail a contribution to MCVIC at P.O. Box 1456, Mathews, Va. 23109. Shown here, center, Allen accepts the pledge from Chesapeake Bank Assistant Vice President and Region...

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