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Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation donates to Lincoln Street School

l to r: Tracy Sasseville, Marlborough Savings Bank assistant vice president; Heidi Bourque-Gleason, grants coordinator; Ralph Masiello, illustrator; Jennifer Hackenberg, teacher; and LSS students Photo/submitted

l to r: Tracy Sasseville, Marlborough Savings Bank assistant vice president; Heidi Bourque-Gleason, grants coordinator; Ralph Masiello, illustrator; Jennifer Hackenberg, teacher; and LSS students
Photo/submitted

Northborough – The Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation recently awarded the Lincoln Street School's Parent Teacher Organization a $500 grant for learning enhancement programs. The funds were used to invite Ralph Masiello to present to several grades and share his approach and experience as an illustrator/author of many children's books including the” Icky Bug Alphabet Book and the Dinosaur Drawing Book.”

“It's a great feeling to see our charitable funds have such an immediate impact on our local schools. The presentation was fabulous and the students were so engaged,” said Tracy Sasseville, assistant vice president of the Marlborough Savings Bank's Northborough branch.

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