MassBay Charitable Foundation Gives Out Scholarships

After reviewing dozens of exceptional candidate applications, The Mass Bay Credit Union Charitable Foundation has selected four graduating high school seniors to receive the 2017 College Scholarships.  The awards, $1,000 to each recipient, go to: Noah Dolloff, Timberlane Region-al HS; Ashley Buggy, Mystic Valley Regional Charter School; Sydney Perryman, Tolland HS; and Lauren Critelli, Fontbonne Academy.

“We always enjoy awarding this achievement” notes John Thomas, Mass Bay Credit Union President & CEO. “Our hope is that they use this as a step to brighten their future, giving them the chance to grow into leaders of the community.”

College-bound high school seniors who are Mass Bay members or children/grandchildren of members were eligible to apply for the scholarship awards.  Awards were chosen by a committee of Credit Union staff.  Mass Bay is a community credit union open to anyone who lives or works in Norfolk County, Suffolk County, Abington, Everett, Hanover, Hingham, Lynn, Malden, Marshfield, Medford, Melrose, Norwell, Peabody, Rockland, Saugus, Scituate, Somerville, Stoneham and Whitman; as well as employees of entities affiliated with the MBTA or MasDOT.


About Mass Bay Credit Union

Originally chartered in 1936, Mass Bay Credit Union is a not-for-profit, full-service financial institution that provides the highest level of service and personal attention to all our members.  Mass Bay Credit Union operates under the Credit Union ideal of “People Helping People” and is 100% committed to providing our members with the best banking value, products and services available, with state-of-the-art technology and unparalleled access.  Continually striving to expand and refine our product and service offerings to best meet members’ needs, Mass Bay is also dedicated to offering these services at the most competitive rates and unsurpassed value.

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