August 30, 2010 | last updated March 25, 2012 3:17 am

Photo Finish From Aug. 30, 2010 Issue of the WBJ

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The Framingham Co-operative Bank Charitable Foundation has given $6,000 to Saint Bridget School in Framingham for a mobile wireless computer lab for grades 6, 7 and 8. The money was part of a $34,700 round of funding from the charitable foundation to community initiatives. Pictured, from left to right: Saint Bridget teacher Jennifer Trombino, students Robert Ryan and Tyler Sparling, Charitable Foundation administrative director Rachel Stewart and school principal Roseanne Mungovan.
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The United Way of Tri-County has presented Clinton Savings Bank with its Financial Division Award. The award recognizes the long-time support the bank has provided to the United Way branch, which serves Worcester, Middlesex and Norfolk Counties. Pictured, from left to right: Dan Politica, campaign specialist at the United Way of Tri-County; Maura Grossman, senior vice present of human resources at Clinton Savings Bank and Robert J. Paulhus Jr., president and CEO of the bank.
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Commerce Bank of Worcester has donated $1,500 to the Massachusetts Audubon Society's 2010 Neighborhood Nature program. The program lets children learn about the plants and animals found in Worcester through projects and games. Pictured, from left to right, Deborah Cary, director of central sanctuaries for the Massachusetts Audubon Society, and Michael Roy, senior vice president at Commerce.
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The Clementi Family Trust, a charitable funder associated with Leominster plastics company Plastican, has donated $25,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of North Central Massachusetts. The award will fund the afters-chool program Project Learn, which includes science, sports, music and art activities. Pictured, Donata Martin, executive director of B&GC-NCM (front left) and John Clementi, CEO of Plastican and member of Clementi Family Trust (front right) with members of the Boys & Girls Club Board of Directors.
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With a $2,000 donation, Fitchburg-based Workers' Credit Union became the first contributor toward a challenge grant that the Cornerstone Performing Arts Center received to renovate a new studio and performance space in downtown Fitchburg. Pictured: Pete Cormier, managing director of Cornerstone; Fred Healey, president and CEO of Workers' Credit Union and Ellen Gorman-Guglietti, artistic director of Cornerstone.

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