Teams take the challenge to benefit scholarships
Happy to hear they answered correctly are members of “So Bright and the Seven Bankers,” representing Marlborough Savings Bank: (l to r) Deb Campbell, senior vice president branch administrator; Diane Taralli, operations administrator; and Tom Gardner, loan servicing coordinator.
Marlborough – Teams of eight players competed in the Citizen's Scholarship Foundation (CSF) of Marlborough's seventh annual “Team Trivia Challenge,” held April 4 at the Masonic Hall. The winning team, known as “Wonder Twins and Super Friends,” was the Marlborough Junior Woman's Club. Best team name went to Marlborough Savings Bank for “So Bright and the Seven Bankers.” Marlborough Savings Bank was the major sponsor of the event, which was emceed by Joel Bates. With its “Dollars for Scholars,” CSF of Marlborough has been providing financial assistance to residents pursuing higher education since 1990.
Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.
Their team name says it all, “Girlz Night Out”: (back, l to r) Holly Valchuas, Robin Emond, Kathy Kelly, Tammy Hedderig, (front, l to r) Denise Robinson, Kirsten Larsen, Monique Grasso and Debbie Scannell.
Disappointed to hear they answered incorrectly, but still good sports, are members of “The Centurions,” representing St. Mary's Credit Union: (l to r) Laurel Clearwater, member service; Derynn Rheaume, financial advisor; and Tiffany Cimeno, senior financial advisor.
Celebrating their correct response are members of “Diamond Jubilees,” representing St. Mary's Credit Union: (l to r) Mary Ellen Duplessis, receptionist; Ken Howley, systems analyst; and Barbara Hancock, electronics services supervisor.
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