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Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation awards grants to local schools

(l to r)- Donna Driscoll, Marlborough Savings Bank branch manager; Caroline Tinsley, 5th grade Nixon student, Jamie Belmore, Marlborough Savings Bank marketing coordinator; Lauren Diamond, 5th grade Nixon student; Tim McGillicuddy, Nixon School acting principal; and Juliet Feldman, 5th grade Nixon student

(l to r)- Donna Driscoll, Marlborough Savings Bank branch manager; Caroline Tinsley, 5th grade Nixon student, Jamie Belmore, Marlborough Savings Bank marketing coordinator; Lauren Diamond, 5th grade Nixon student; Tim McGillicuddy, Nixon School acting principal; and Juliet Feldman, 5th grade Nixon student

Region   – The Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation recently awarded three local elementary school PTOs a grant to go towards the needs of the schools and their students.

The Charitable Foundation presented the General John Nixon Elementary School PTO in Sudbury a $500 grant towards its Educational Enrichment Fund, which is responsible for putting together school-wide ad grade-specific programs that enhance and complement the classroom experience.

The foundation awarded a grant of $940 to the Jaworek Elementary School PTO in Marlborough, to be used to expand its Cultural Arts program.

The foundation also presented the Armstrong Elementary School Parent Group in Westborough with a $500 grant that will go towards student enrichment programs, including a CPR training and certification program.

“With budget shortfalls and increasing expenses, we understand the challenges our local schools face and are thrilled to be able to help,” commented  Ellen W. Dorian, secretary of the Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation.

(l to r) - Jamie Belmore, Marlborough Savings Bank marketing coordinator; Becky Kaija, Jaworek 4th grade teacher; Maureen McDonough, 4th grade teacher; Cheryl Piccirelli, Jaworek principal; Alyssa Tully, assistant principal; Inna Voloshina, Marlborough Savings Bank assistant vice president /branch manager; and Jane Siebels, PTO cultural arts coordinator

(l to r) – Jamie Belmore, Marlborough Savings Bank marketing coordinator; Becky Kaija, Jaworek 4th grade teacher; Maureen McDonough, 4th grade teacher; Cheryl Piccirelli, Jaworek principal; Alyssa Tully, assistant principal; Inna Voloshina, Marlborough Savings Bank assistant vice president /branch manager; and Jane Siebels, PTO cultural arts coordinator

(l to r) - Tanya Jain, Marlborough Savings Bank branch manager; Amy Fitzgibbon, Armstrong Parent Group co-president; John Mendes, Armstrong School principal; and David Nicholson, Marlborough Savings Bank vice president, commercial lending

(l to r) – Tanya Jain, Marlborough Savings Bank branch manager; Amy Fitzgibbon, Armstrong Parent Group co-president; John Mendes, Armstrong School principal; and David Nicholson, Marlborough Savings Bank vice president, commercial lending

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