Charitable Foundation awards $5,000 to Saint Bridget School for SMART Boards

StBridgetSchoolThe MutualOne Charitable Foundation recently granted $5,000 to Saint Bridget School in Framingham toward the purchase and installation of two SMART Boards for classroom use.

With similar donations over the past three years, the Foundation has helped introduce technology to enhance the education of the School’s pre-kindergarten through grade 8 student population.

“This contribution will help Saint Bridget School realize its goal of having SMART Boards in every classroom,” said Mark R. Haranas, president and CEO of MutualOne Bank and a trustee of the MutualOne Charitable Foundation. “We helped the School initiate this project, which has proven to be a valuable resource for both students and teachers; we are pleased to help complete the project with our most recent grant.”

Mortgage Department Moves to Natick

Mo MovingMutualOne’s Home Financing Group has moved from the Bank’s Framingham headquarters to the second floor of its Natick office at 49 Main Street.

Department hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Customers can reach the department by phone at 508.820.4000 or by fax at 508.655.1183.

Customers are also welcome to visit the new second floor office anytime from 8:30 am and 5:00 pm, with appointments available between the 8:00 and 8:30 am.

To help better serve all of our customers, loan applications are available at all MutualOne Bank locations and completed applications can be dropped off at any location.

Charitable Foundation awards $10,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest

BGClogo10th consecutive year of major funding

For the 10th consecutive year, the MutualOne Charitable Foundation has awarded the sum of $10,000 to support out-of-school programs provided by the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest at its Pearl Street Clubhouse in Framingham.

The Pearl Street Clubhouse provides social, educational, physical and cultural programs daily for up to 250 local boys and girls ages 6 to 17, with a specific emphasis on economically disadvantaged youth.

“The Boys & Girls Club helps the young people of our community develop the skills they need to reach their full potential,” said Robert P. Lamprey, chairman of the MutualOne Charitable Foundation. “We are pleased to help ensure their future success by supporting the quality programs and activities the Pearl Street Clubhouse provides.”

Congratulations to Our Service Award Winners

At our recent Awards Night, several employees were recognized for their longstanding commitment and dedication to the Bank. Each year, we bestow a Service Award on each 5th year of service.

This year saw our Chairman & Treasurer Bob Lamprey mark his 35th year with MutualOne. Joining Bob in commemorating their tenure with the bank were the following honorees:

Mary-Beth Collins – 5 years of service
Donna Gogliormella – 5 years of service
Brian Ledwith – 5 years of service
Julie Morin – 5 years of service
Andrea Olsen – 5 years of service
Richard Reder – 5 years of service
Kimberly Sambuchi – 10 years of service
Lisa White – 15 years of service
Catherine Brown – 20 years of service
Patricia Greenwood – 25 years of service

Award winning line-up – Service Award winners (left to right), Mary-Beth Collins, Donna J. Gogliormella, Robert P. Lamprey, Catherine B. Brown, Lisa M. White, Julie R. Morin, Richard M. Reder, and Patricia A. Greenwood celebrate their achievement at the Bank’s Award Night.

Award winning line-up – Service Award winners (left to right), Mary-Beth Collins, Donna J. Gogliormella, Robert P. Lamprey, Catherine B. Brown, Lisa M. White, Julie R. Morin, Richard M. Reder, and Patricia A. Greenwood celebrate their achievement at the Bank’s Award Night.