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Friday, Sep 26, 2003

Glens Falls National Recipient of 2003 Corporate Leadership Award


September 26, 2003
CONTACT: Stacey Mattison
Communications Manager
518-792-1761 x 20
smattison@hydecollection.org

Glens Falls, NY - The importance of good corporate citizenship and its positive impact on this region's quality of life was the message Thomas Hoy, president of Glens Falls National Bank & Trust stressed to fellow business leaders after receiving the 2003 Hyde Corporate Leadership Award by The Hyde Collection on September 10, 2003. Presented at the Museum's 2nd annual Corporate Breakfast, the award recognizes Glens Falls National Bank for their long-standing commitment to the Museum's mission to preserve and cultivate the fine arts, which the local bank has demonstrated through decades of corporate membership, event and program sponsorships, and board participation. Financial and other support of the area's non-profit sector is not a choice but a responsibility for businesses, stated Hoy as he expressed great appreciation for the numerous cultural resources of the community.

In addition to Glens Falls National Bank, nearly ninety organizations were recognized at the event for their support over the past year. Hyde director of development Lynn Shanks states, The Hyde is thankful to the many businesses, like Glens Falls National Bank & Trust, that give generously, enabling the outstanding exhibitions and educational programs that contribute to the quality of life and economic vitality of the region.

National Recipients

Pictured left to right:
Hyde director  Randall Suffolk,
Glens Falls National president Thomas Hoy,
Hyde chairman, Phil McIntire.


NOTE TO EDITORS: Electronic image available by contacting Stacey Mattison, communications manager, 518-792-1761, ext. 20, or smattison@hydeartmuseum.org.


SPECIAL NOTATION: As part of The Hydes comprehensive furnishing plan, Hyde House will be temporarily closed effective July 1, 2003 due to renovation and restoration. However, the remainder of the museum complex will remain open with exciting exhibitions scheduled: INSIDE/OUT: Revisioning Hyde House by Margo Mensing and Susie Brandt, August 10 through November 16, 2003, and Form(ation): Modern & Contemporary Works from the Feibes & Schmitt Collection, September 7 through December 7, 2003.

The Hyde Collection is a historic house and art museum complex that combines the heritage of the Adirondack Region with a distinguished permanent collection consisting of works by European old and modern masters and American artists, important decorative arts and antique furnishings. In addition, the Museum provides changing exhibitions in four gallery spaces, lectures, concerts, family activities and school programming as well as a Museum Shop. Admission free with voluntary donations accepted. The Hyde Collection is a publicly supported institution located at 161 Warren Street, Glens Falls, New York. Open year-round Tuesday-Saturday 10 AM -5 PM; Thursday till 7 PM; Sunday noon - 5 PM. Closed Mondays and national holidays. Admission free. For information, call 518-792-1761. www.hydeartmuseum.org




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