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November 23, 2015 Photo Finish

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Employees of Westminster-based Tyco SimplexGrinnell packaged nearly 25,000 meals for 13 local food pantries in Gardner, Winchendon, Fitchburg and other towns. Pictured (from left) are Ed Thompson, Dave Blattenberger and Sal Vassallo.
SpencerBANK donated $1,750 to Abby's House of Worcester, which provides housing and support to homeless women and children. Pictured (from left) are Lori Kowal, SpencerBANK vice president of marketing; Stephanie Page, executive director, Abby's House; and Justina Lachapelle, development director, Abby's House.
Leominster Credit Union, with a grant from Bankers Bank Northeast of Conn., allocated $5,000 to Kylee's Kids, Leominster Mayor's Heating Fund, Habitat for Humanity of Worcester, Sholan Farms and Community Harvest. BBN raised the money with a golf tournament. Pictured (from left) are Bryon Goguen, assistant controller, Randy Harris, assistant vice president treasury, and John J. O'Brien, president and CEO, LCU; John Davey, senior vice president of sales and marketing, and Irene Tann, vice president of business development, BBN.
Commerce Bank of Worcester donated $2,500 to the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center at Clark University in Worcester. Pictured (from left) are Brian Sullivan, director of retail banking, Commerce Bank; Arthur Martin, MSBDC senior business advisor and technology specialist; John Rainey, MSBDC regional director; and Thomas Rose, managing director of the bank's commercial lending.
Blissful Meadows Golf Club in Uxbridge raised $16,500 with a golf outing with proceeds to benefit schools in Uxbridge, Douglas, Northbridge and Upton. Pictured (from left) are Michael Gauthier, principal, Northbridge High School; Michael Rubin, principal, Uxbridge High School; Michael Fitzpatrick, superintendent of Blackstone Valley Tech; Kevin Maines, principal, Douglas High School; Kevin Carney, superintendent, Uxbridge schools; and Mark Laskowski and Gordon Bliss of Blissful Meadows Golf Club.

Webster First Federal Credit Union committed $50,000 in scholarships to members over next five years, a continuation of the John J. Campana Scholarship program.

MutualOne Bank of Framingham donated $3,000 to Danforth Art Museum/School in Framingham, for the Drop Into Art initiative.

Country Bank of Ware donated $250 gift cards to 29 local schools, to help with back-to-school shopping.

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