Republic Bank hosts Woodstock anniversary photo collection

  • From left, Tom Bugielski, President & CEO Republic Bank; Aristotle Halikias, chairman of the board of Republic Bank; Steve Macek, Woodstock & Pop Culture Historian and Professor at North Central College; Mark Rice, attendee at the original Woodstock; and Amanda Sloan, AVP, branch sales manager of Republic Bank, attend the bank's recent reception featuring a collection of iconic photographs commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Woodstock music festival.

    From left, Tom Bugielski, President & CEO Republic Bank; Aristotle Halikias, chairman of the board of Republic Bank; Steve Macek, Woodstock & Pop Culture Historian and Professor at North Central College; Mark Rice, attendee at the original Woodstock; and Amanda Sloan, AVP, branch sales manager of Republic Bank, attend the bank's recent reception featuring a collection of iconic photographs commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Woodstock music festival. Photo courtesy of Republic Bank

 
Posted5/25/2019 1:00 AM

The Hinsdale office of Republic Bank recently hosted a cocktail reception for local residents, clients and business owners featuring a collection of iconic photographs commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock.

Originally billed as An Aquarian Experience: 3 Days of Peace & Music in Bethel, New York and was held on August 15-17, 1969. It simply became known as Woodstock.

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Steve Macek, a Woodstock & Pop Culture historian and professor at North Central College, gave a presentation at the reception on the Woodstock festival.

The photo collection, presented by Republic Bank, will travel to various area libraries, local museums, schools and city buildings through the end of September.

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