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COLEBROOK, New Hampshire – Bangor Savings Bank President and CEO Bob Montgomery-Rice recently presented a $5,000 check to the Got Lunch program during the bank’s Colebrook opening celebration barbecue on July 26.
The Got Lunch program is a federally subsidized school year lunch program that provides nutritional lunches to school-age children in Colebrook, Stewartstown and Pittsburg who qualify for assistance. Got Lunch extends the nutritional support through the summer by providing a weekly bag of free lunch foods to families with children who request assistance.
Got Lunch volunteers meet at the Colebrook Elementary School cafeteria every Monday morning at 8:30 during the summer vacation to pack and distribute lunches to children.
Bangor Savings Bank also donated 500 recyclable bags for Got Lunch to use during their summer program, along with 250 jars of peanut butter and jelly that were collected during the bank’s May Peanut Butter & Jelly Drive.
Montgomery-Rice presented the $5,000 check to Got Lunch program representatives Marsha Biron, Mike Biron and Jim Tibbetts.
Bangor Savings Bank, with more than $4 billion in assets, offers retail banking to consumers as well as comprehensive commercial, corporate, payroll administration, merchant services, and small business banking services to businesses. The Bank, founded in 1852, is in its 166th year with 58 branches in Maine and New Hampshire and on the Web at www.bangor.com. The Bangor Savings Bank Foundation was created in 1997. Together the Bank and its Foundation invested more than $2 million into the community in the form of nonprofit sponsorships, grants and partnership initiatives last year. Bangor Savings Bank is an equal opportunity employer.