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Scholarship recipients with bankHometown staff

OXFORD, MASSACHUSETTS — bankHometown recently awarded $4,500 in scholarships to graduating seniors from two local high schools.

Four students from Millbury High School were awarded a total of $2,000 through the Millbury Dollars for Scholars program and three students from Sutton High School were awarded a total of $1,500. The scholarship recipients demonstrated both academic achievement and financial need and will be enrolled in a four-year program at an accredited college or university this fall.

“These exemplary students distinguished themselves through their high achievements and community involvement and we applaud their efforts” said Robert J. Morton, bankHometown president and CEO. “bankHometown is pleased to support them as they begin their journey of unlocking their potential through higher education.”

Michelle Cherfils of Millbury High School was awarded the bankHometown Leadership Scholarship of $500 and will attend Merrimack College.

Dillon Dussault of Sutton High School was awarded the bankHometown Academic Merit Scholarship of $500 and will be attending Boston College.

Jennifer Gramstorff of Sutton High School was awarded the bankHometown Community Spirit Scholarship of $500 and will be attending Sacred Heart University as a part of their Doctorate Physical Therapy program.

Alison LaForest of Sutton High School was awarded the bankHometown Leadership Scholarship of $500 and will be attending Western New England University as a biology major.

Ty Pogorek of Millbury High School was awarded the bankHometown in Memory of Marjorie Matson award of $500 which is awarded to a student that wants to pursue a career in banking or financial services. Ty plans to attend Bridgewater State University.

Jordan Nadeau of Millbury High School was awarded the bankHometown Academic Merit Award of $500 and will be attending Emmanuel College.

Girogio Ngo of Millbury High School was awarded the bankHometown Community Service in Memory of Gail Higginbottom Scholarship of $500 and will be attending Clark University.

In the Photo                                                                             

L to R: bankHometown President and CEO Robert J. Morton; Dillon Dussault; Alison LaForest; and bankHometown Vice President and Millbury Branch Officer Christine M. Lucier.


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