Children will continue to enjoy art programs at Inti Academy courtesy of St. May's Bank.

The nation's first credit union has provided a $2,125 community outreach grant to fund an afterschool art program conducted by the Currier Museum Art Center.

"Art is about inspiration, and providing an outlet for imagination," Tom Champagne, director of community outreach at the $814 million credit union based in Manchester, N.H. "These young artists can discover hidden talents and develop a unique sense of self that comes from artistic expression. We're pleased to provide these funds to make programs like this possible."

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