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Avidia Bank donates to One Fund Boston

Presenting the check to the One Fund Boston are: (front row l-r) tellers Donna Gravelle, Molly Kelly, and Monica Serra; Head Teller Katy Cuddahy-Kirouac; and Portfolio Manager Mary Laitila; (back row l-r) Thomas Allain, senior vice president and senior commercial relationship officer of Avidia Bank; Brian Whitney, president of Bay State Apparel; Jim Hooley, chief of department, Boston EMS; and Todd Wood, Avidia Bank branch manager. (Photo/submitted)

Presenting the check to the One Fund Boston are: (front row l-r) tellers Donna Gravelle, Molly Kelly, and Monica Serra; Head Teller Katy Cuddahy-Kirouac; and Portfolio Manager Mary Laitila; (back row l-r) Thomas Allain, senior vice president and senior commercial relationship officer of Avidia Bank; Brian Whitney, president of Bay State Apparel; Jim Hooley, chief of department, Boston EMS; and Todd Wood, Avidia Bank branch manager. (Photo/submitted)

Region – The staff of Avidia Bank Leominster office recently designed and sold Boston Strong T-Shirts to support One Fund Boston, the official fund set up for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. The shirts, made by BayState Apparel of Leominster, were sold to local residents with all proceeds being donated, raising $5,048.

Avidia Bank is a $1 billion mutual community bank, headquartered in Hudson, with branches in Hudson, Westborough, Clinton, Leominster, Marlborough, Northborough and Shrewsbury.

 

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