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Canandaigua is an old Native American word meaning “chosen spot.”
In 1887, Frank H. Hamlin and other local businessmen chose Canandaigua to start a community bank. Today, that bank, Canandaigua National Bank and Trust, has grown to nearly $2.2 billion in assets and 23 branches, and the Canandaigua area where the bank operates remains among the chosen.
“This area is thriving,” said President and CEO Frank H. Hamlin III, great, great grandson of the founder and the fifth generation of Hamlins to run the bank.

Canandaigua is an old Native American word meaning “chosen spot.”
In 1887, Frank H. Hamlin and other local businessmen chose Canandaigua to start a community bank. Today, that bank, Canandaigua National Bank and Trust, has grown to nearly $2.2 billion in assets and 23 branches, and the Canandaigua area where the bank operates remains among the chosen.
“This area is thriving,” said President and CEO Frank H. Hamlin III, great, great grandson of the founder and the fifth generation of Hamlins to run the bank.

The race for the White House that has captivated some and disgusted others now appears
to be narrowing down to Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump.
Clinton seems to be a lock for the Democrat party nomination and Trump will be trying to “Cruz” to his nomination with the GOP un-faithful. With wins in the New York primary and the recent concession from Ted Cruz, it appears more likely it will be the two brash New Yorkers – Hillary and Donald – battling to see who ends up with the Trump card.

The race for the White House that has captivated some and disgusted others now appears
to be narrowing down to Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump.
Clinton seems to be a lock for the Democrat party nomination and Trump will be trying to “Cruz” to his nomination with the GOP un-faithful. With wins in the New York primary and the recent concession from Ted Cruz, it appears more likely it will be the two brash New Yorkers – Hillary and Donald – battling to see who ends up with the Trump card.



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By Steve Viuker

The race for the White House that has captivated some and disgusted others now appears
to be narrowing down to Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump. Clinton seems to be a lock for the Democrat party nomination and Trump will be trying to “Cruz” to his nomination with the GOP un-faithful. With wins in the New York primary and the recent concession from Ted Cruz, it appears more likely it will be the two brash New Yorkers – Hillary and Donald – battling to see who ends up with the Trump card.

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