North Brookfield Savings Bank Shows Support for Palmer Senior Center
North Brookfield Savings Bank Palmer Branch Manager Jennifer Plassmann is shown with Sharon Lemieux, Palmer Senior Center Program & Volunteer Coordinator and Marlene Johnson, Palmer Council on Aging Executive Director. Plassmann recently shared breakfast with members of the Palmer Senior Center, delivered a fresh fruit basket for them to enjoy, and presented a donation towards the Friends of the Palmer Senior Center Annual Fourth of July Fundraiser taking place at Pulaski Park.
As a proud supporter of their local neighborhoods, North Brookfield Savings Bank is committed to giving back and showing appreciation to all members within their communities. Putting the Bank’s “Support Our Community” Core Value into action, Palmer Branch Manager Jennifer Plassmann recently made a visit to the members and staff of the Palmer Senior Center, spending time getting to know the many community members that benefit from the Senior Center and its great amenities.
Plassmann was warmly welcomed, spending breakfast with the local seniors that enjoy the Center. She greeted familiar local faces and met new ones, chatted with them, and listened while they shared stories and talked about what they felt made Palmer such a special place to live. One member of the Center even gave her a tour showing the room where she taught Tai Chi to fellow senior members.
“It was a pleasure to get to know the amazing people that call Palmer home and to have a chance to connect with them. I enjoy giving back to our communities and I’m so proud that North Brookfield Savings Bank places such a high value on supporting our local neighbors and spreading kindness,” said Palmer Branch Manager Jennifer Plassmann.
North Brookfield Savings Bank also makes an additional monetary contribution to the Palmer Senior Center annually to help make the amazing programs and services offered by the Center possible. The Palmer Senior Center offers a wide variety of easily accessible programs, exercise activities, socialization opportunities and recreation such as walking groups, swimming classes, painting classes, special trips, events, quilting and bingo. In addition, the Senior Center’s Outreach Coordinator helps the seniors to access social services available, such as elder housing, caregiver assistance and fuel assistance.
Supporting local communities and sharing kindness are just some of the values that North Brookfield Savings Bank and its employees strive to embody every day. It’s with acts like these that the Bank will continue to stay connected to the roots, the people, and the heart of the local communities it serves.