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October 26, 2015 Photo Finish

Photo Finish

K-9 CONSIDERATION Marlborough Savings Bank employees raised $850 for the K-9 division of the Marlborough Police Department, for training. Pictured, left to right behind the officer, are bank employees Rick Bennett, Nick Mauro, Deb Delfem, Karen Betti and Cindy Rigot; Marlborough Police Chief Mark Leonard; and the bank's Tracy Bartucca, Inna Voloshina, Suzanne Dupre, Deborah Campbell, Lynda McCart, Sebi Ovesian, Antonietta Goguen and Mike Glynn. In front: Officer Kenneth McKenzie and his K-9.
FORE THE HOSPITAL The 26th Annual Milford Regional Golf Classic raised $257,000 to benefit Milford Regional Medical Center’s new-building project, a $54 million expansion. Pictured are a team of golfers at Franklin Country Club.
CYBER CONTRIBUTION Hudson-based Avidia Bank donated $1,000 to St. Anthony School in Fitchburg, for a ChromeBook laptop. Pictured, from left to right, are: Pamela Prendergast, teacher, St. Anthony Jr. High School; Mark R. O’Connell, president and CEO, Avidia Bank; Todd Wood, Leominster branch bank manager; Matthew Gauvin, a teacher at the junior high school; with students.
BUCKS FOR BUILDING ClearCom IT Solutions of Leicester donated $1,000 to the Leicester Public Library renovation, with $3 the company pledged for each new managed service program customer. Pictured, left to right, are Rob Cleary, president, ClearCom IT Solutions; and Suzanne Hall, director, Leicester library.
CLASS ACT Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of Worcester held its annual service day at Tatnuck Magnet School, creating an indoor learning area. Pictured, left to right, are: Kate McEvoy-Zdonczyk, vice president for community affairs and Central & Western Mass. markets, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care; Nader Baker and Joshua LeBlanc, students at Tatnuck Magnet School; Jake the Lion, mascot, Worcester Bravehearts; Emma Gniadek and Rebekka Smith, Tatnuck students; and Janelle Woods-McNish, director of giving and service, Harvard Pilgrim Health.

Of Note

MutualOne Bank of Framingham donated $5,000 to Homeowners Options for Massachusetts Elders (HOME), to help low-income seniors.

North Brookfield Savings Bank holds a holiday toy drive from Nov. 2 to Dec. 11.

Great Clips in Worcester collected $1 donations throughout October for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Nationwide, the salons have raised over $1.5 million for the charity.

Community Harvest Project of North Grafton is donating apples to Worcester South High Community School's free Thanksgiving Lunch.

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