Marlborough Savings Bank helps school shine

(Left to right) April Lowe, PTO co-president; Kim Hitchcock, Marlborough Savings Bank; Molly Hipson, Marlborough Savings Bank; Maria Silletti, principal, Richer School; Martha Priest, PTO Box Tops coordinator; and Mary Garner, PTO co-president. (Photo/submitted)

Northborough – Molly Hipson and Kim Hitchcock from the Marlborough Savings Bank (MSB) came to the Richer School March 4 to donate 1,140 “Box Tops” to the school's PTO.

Box Tops for Education is a program run by General Mills. On certain items, there is a type of coupon, worth 10 cents each, called a Box Top.? Consumers can cut that out of the box and submit it to the school of their choosing. ?With the recent submission from MSB, Richer is almost at its goal of $3,500.? The PTO uses funds to provide cultural arts for all grade levels as well as to purchase supplies and equipment for the school.

For more information, go to the Box Tops for Education website: ???http://www.boxtops4education.com/earn/Default.aspx.

For more information about Richer School, go to its website: http://richer.marlborough.schoolfusion.us/.

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