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Avidia supports Northborough Elementary School and Westborough Education Foundation

(l to r) Kim Perkins, Avidia Bank Westborough branch manager; Jimmie Ames, assistant vice president & market manager of Avidia Bank; and Maureen Johnson, president of Westborough Education Foundation

(l to r) Kim Perkins, Avidia Bank Westborough branch manager; Jimmie Ames, assistant vice president & market manager of Avidia Bank; and Maureen Johnson, president of Westborough Education Foundation

Northborough/Westborough – The Avidia Charitable Foundation recently donated $2,000 awards to the Westborough Education Foundation (WEF) and the Fannie E. Proctor Elementary School in Northborough. The funds for the WEF will be used for grant funding and the school funds will provide support playground upgrades at the school.

Avidia Bank is a $1.1 billion mutual community bank headquartered in Hudson, with branch offices in Hudson, Westborough, Clinton, Leominster, Marlborough, Northborough and Shrewsbury.

(l to r) Jennifer Cardoso, Avidia Bank Northborough branch manager; Karen Hetherington and Jennifer Garron, co-chairs of the Proctor School PTO; and Margaret Donohoe, principal of Fannie E. Proctor Elementary School

(l to r) Jennifer Cardoso, Avidia Bank Northborough branch manager; Karen Hetherington and Jennifer Garron, co-chairs of the Proctor School PTO; and Margaret Donohoe, principal of Fannie E. Proctor Elementary School

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