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The Wells Fargo History Museum is part the celebration marking the centennial of the 1915 world’s fair
February 19, 2015
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Exhibit explores 1915 World’s Fair in San Francisco

Time flies! A new Wells Fargo History Museum exhibit is part of a citywide celebration marking the centennial of the 1915 world’s fair.
Radford Theatre
February 19, 2015
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Radford Theatre revival keeps movie magic on Main Street

Opened in 1935, Virginia’s Radford Theatre nearly went dark in 2013. But Paul Pallante revived it by making the show much more than the movie.
Wells Fargo stagecoach outside the bank’s Philadelphia history museum
February 19, 2015
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Wells Fargo history museums celebrate communities

From the dawn of commercial banking in the 1700s to 19th-Century Wild West adventures, Wells Fargo history museums reflect a 163-year legacy.
Skiers with disabilities
February 17, 2015
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Skiers with disabilities conquer slopes at Wells Fargo Ski Cup

The Wells Fargo Ski Cup celebrates its 40th anniversary at Winter Park Resort Feb. 20–22 as skiers with disabilities again conquer mountains through sport.
IM Pei’s firm built the Wells Fargo Center in Lincoln, Nebraska
February 10, 2015
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A renowned architect’s influence in Lincoln, Nebraska

Wells Fargo Center, at the corner of 13th and O streets in Lincoln, Nebraska, was built by the firm of architect I.M. Pei in 1976.
Neighborhood revitalization for Memphis community
February 5, 2015
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Memphis neighborhood getting a lift

Memphis's uptown neighborhood is being revitalized through a new approach from Habitat of Greater Memphis and grants from Wells Fargo.
Neighborhood revitalization is happening across the he U.S. with the help of nearly 300 grants worth more than $30 million from Wells Fargo’s Priority Markets grant program.
February 3, 2015
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Grants rebuild lives and neighborhoods across U.S.

Neighborhoods across the U.S. are being revitalized through work done by housing nonprofits — funded in part by grants from Wells Fargo Housing Foundation’s Priority Markets program.
FreeState Legal Project has started an LGBT anti-bullying outreach program in schools
January 23, 2015
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Grant leads to anti-bullying program for LGBT youths in Maryland

A $10,000 Wells Fargo grant to FreeState Legal Project helped start an LGBT anti-bullying outreach program in schools.
The “Picks for Kids” program donates $1,000 to the Children’s of Alabama hospital every time an Auburn or Alabama football player makes an interception
January 9, 2015
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Where football interceptions turn into cash — for kids!

The “Picks for Kids” program donates $1,000 to the Children’s of Alabama hospital every time a football player for Auburn University or the University of Alabama makes an interception.