North Brookfield Savings Bank Awards $10,000 in Scholarships to Local High School Students

North Brookfield Savings Bank has always been committed to improving the lives of community residents through various means, including the empowerment for all residents to excel through educational and growth opportunities. In line with their established core value to commit to excellence, North Brookfield Savings Bank provided a combined $10,000 in scholarship commitments to support local 2020 high school graduates as they continue on their path to excellence. The funds are intended to help graduating students offset the cost of attending college and help them to pursue their dreams of furthering their education.

Scholarship recipients were selected to receive the North Brookfield Savings Bank scholarship by each high school’s designated scholarship committee. They were chosen because of their exemplary commitment to excellence and proven dedication to their community, values that North Brookfield Savings Bank holds in high regard, and the Bank’s employees embody every day.

 

North Brookfield Savings Bank proudly awarded scholarships totaling $10,000 to these graduating students from local high schools in the Bank’s geographic area.

 

Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School: Abigail Anna Rambelje

Belchertown High School: Ryland Charron

David Prouty High School:  Emma Bain

North Brookfield High School: Hannah Schultz

Palmer High School: Jerzey Torres

Pathfinder Regional Vocational Technical High School: Mackenzie Misterka

Quabbin Regional High School: Emily Hood

Quaboag Regional High School: Kaitlyn Howard

Tantasqua Regional High School: Shannon Tweraser

Ware High School: Brooke Anne McCormick

 

“2020 has been a difficult year for our local graduates, forcing them to miss pinnacle senior years moments and adapt to a new way of learning. To say we are impressed with their ability to adapt and overcome would be a grand understatement,” said Andrea Healy, Chief Administrative and Human Resource Officer of North Brookfield Savings Bank. “We are extremely proud of the graduates for their strength in the face of a challenge and their resilience through this all. We are confident that these life-defining moments will only add to the already committed nature and good character of the 2020 graduating students. Their futures are bright and filled with promise.”