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January 4, 2016 Photo Finish

Of Note & Photo Finish

ENOUGH FOR ALL Southbridge Savings Bank donated $25,000 to the food pantry of St. John Paul II Food Pantry in Southbridge. Pictured (from left) are Ron Cooper, chairman, Southbridge Savings Bank Charitable Donations Committee; Bonnie Losavio, the bank's human resources manager; Susan Gunnell, the bank's executive vice president and chief operating officer; Father Peter Joyce, pastor, St. John Paul II; Todd Tallman, bank president and CEO; Nelson Boiteau and Len Laure, co-directors of the food pantry.
HOLIDAY CHEER SpencerBANK employees donated toys to 21 children in support the Spencer Toys for Kids campaign. The bank also serves as a drop-off location for this program each year. Pictured (from left) are Jennifer Anderson, mortgage officer, SpencerBANK; Donna Morin-Flannery, coordinator, Spencer Toys for Kids; and Lynne Esposito, the bank’s mortgage division manager.
ELVES WITH BELLS D’Ambrosio Eye Care, with offices in Central Massachusetts, had staffers ringing bells for the Salvation Army in a Leominster location. The company has participated in the holiday fundraising campaign for over a decade. Pictured (from left) are employees Melissa Fells and Kristen Bernard.
PLAY PARTNERS Commerce Bank of Worcester donated hundreds of toys and $500 to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program. The bank is a corporate sponsor of the program. Pictured (from left) are Michael Roy, senior vice president, Commerce Bank; Marine Sergeant Christopher Ramirez; Anthony Penzone, a program volunteer; bank commercial loan officer Steve DeMartino; and bank product manager Peter Rawinski.
SPEAKER SUPPORT North Brookfield Savings Bank donated $500 to Palmer High School, toward a leadership presentation given by motivational speaker Houston Kraft. Pictured (from left) are Mary Lou Callahan, principal, Palmer High School; Patricia Ostrout, senior vice president of retail banking; and Houston Kraft.

Auburn-based Braman Termite and Pest Elimination teamed up with Anton's Cleaners to collect winter coats for children. The company will have a donation box at the office; customers can also give gently used winter coats to technicians during service appointments.

MutualOne Bank of Framingham gave a $4,626 grant to Programs for People of Framingham, a group that offers services for adults with mental illness.

Webster Five donated $2,500 to the Southeast Asian Coalition of Central Massachusetts, to support Asian immigrants, refugees and low-income residents in the area.

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