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Orange County Trust Company To Sponsor The Road Race At The Goshen Rotary 2013 Great American Weekend

MIDDLETOWN, NY - Orange County Trust Company is pleased to announce it will once again be a primary sponsor of the Goshen Rotary Great American Weekend Road Race which will be held on Saturday, July 6th starting at 8:00 a.m. This year�s race, both 5K and 10K, will take participants through some of the most historic areas of Goshen, NY starting at Green Street and ending at Park Place, in front of the Surrogate Courthouse.

"Orange County Trust Company recognizes that this race is a traditional marquee event in our community and we are happy to be participating as a sponsor for the fourth year in a row," said Terry Saturno, President and CEO of Orange County Trust Company. "Being a community bank, we are pleased to be involved with and to support our neighbors."

This year marks the 29th annual running of this local race, which hosts an estimated 600 participants. Local attorney, Rob Dickover, will serve as race director. "This is a very popular running event in the region. I can't help but think the visual appeal of the Village contributes to the popularity", said Dickover.

Proceeds of the race are used to support the charitable purposes of the Goshen Rotary Club.

For more info on The Goshen Rotary Great American Weekend
Since the first patriotic celebration back in 1982 - begun to promote harness racing at the Historic Track - the road race is still an integral part of the activities. Great American Weekend continues to be more than just a weekend, it's a tradition that emphasizes why Goshen is proud to be a Great American Community. For additional information on the Great American Road Race, please contact Robert Dickover at: (845) 294- 9447 or email him at

About Orange County Trust Company
Founded in 1892, Orange County Trust adheres to conservative banking practices. A highly capitalized bank, currently with over $650 million in assets, Orange County Trust has built trust within the community by remaining financially strong and independent, capable of making timely decisions here at home. From nine locations in the mid-Hudson Valley region, the Bank provides a variety of products and services for individuals and businesses. For more information, visit