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February 18, 2013

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Worcester-based Fallon Community Health Plan donated $8,000 to Worcester County Food Bank live on 96.1 WSRS. Pictured, left to right, are: Pat Hughes, president and CEO, Fallon Community Health Plan; Paul Belsito, board member, Worcester County Food Bank; Christine Cassidy, vice president of corporate communications, FCHP; Jean McMurray, food bank director, and Greg Byrne of WSRS.

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Southbridge Savings Bank donated $2,000 to the Charlton chapter of the Residential Energy Assistance for Seniors (REAS) Foundation. Pictured, from left to right, are: Carl Eckman; Erin Berthiaume; Rick Swenson; Elaine Materas, chapter director, REAS; Chief James Pervier; and Sabrina Webb, Southbridge Savings Bank's Charlton branch manager.

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Whitinsville-based UniBank donated $2,639 to Uxbridge Free Public Library to purchase The Learning Express Library to help students prepare for careers. Pictured, left to right, are: Jane Granatino, director, Uxbridge Free Public Library; and Doris Hamburger, vice president and branch manager of UniBank's Uxbridge branch.

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Hudson-based Bryley Systems and Yours for Children together raised $295 for the Hudson Food Bank and the Hudson Boys & Girls Club. The money was generated through a free giveaway of refurbished PCs in exchange for a suggested donation of $35 to either nonprofit. Pictured: Garin Livingstone, a senior technician with Bryley Systems.

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Whitinsville-based UniBank made a $5,000 donation to Alternatives Unlimited Inc. of Worcester, an agency that provides services to those with developmental disabilities. Pictured, left to right, are: James F. Paulhus, president and CEO, UniBank; Matt Albee, a resident at an Alternatives apartment at Whitin Mill; and Dennis H. Rice, executive director of Alternatives Unlimited.

Of Note

Worcester-based Touchstone Consulting Group donated time and expertise of company executive Denise Minor to South Worcester Neighborhood Improvement Corp.

Fitchburg-based IC Federal Credit Union donated $7,500 to the United Way of Central Massachusetts.

Worcester-based Commerce Bank will sponsor the Young@Heart Chorus concert at Mechanics Hall in March.

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