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Community Good Works

Friday, April 3, 2015, 11:07am

Community Good Works

April 3, 2015

Bristol County Savings Bank, H&K Insurance Agency, Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union and more are featured in our weekly roundup of organizations giving back to their communities.

Bristol County Savings Bank

Taunton-based Bristol County Savings Bank recently contributed $250,000 to the Bristol Community College Foundation for the John J. Sbrega Health & Science Building, which is being built on the school’s Fall River campus.

Eastern Bank

Former NFL quarterback and Eastern Bank spokesperson Doug Flutie surprised guests at the bank’s the 11th Annual “Community Quarterback” celebration by tossing autographed footballs to representatives from 61 nonprofits, as Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation donated $850,000 in grants.

H&K Insurance Agency

H&K Insurance Agency has donated $1,000 to the MetroWest YMCA for its LIVESTRONG cancer recovery program. The company’s Treasurer and General Manager Paul Perry is a cancer survivor.

Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union

Lowell-based Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union’s hosted its fifth MoneyStrong for Life Fair on March 31 at the Tsongas Center in Lowell. Approximately 350 Lowell High School students participated in the interactive fair that teaches students about adult careers and managing their income.

Leominster Credit Union

Leominster Credit Union is holding Shred-A-Thon at its headquarters, located at 20 Adams St., on May 2, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Both members and non-members are invited to bring old, sensitive documents to securely shred.

MutualOne Bank

Framingham-based MutualOne Bank’s charitable foundation has awarded $2,500 to the Heritage Chorale to support its spring and pops concerts.

UniBank

Whitinsville-based UniBank has donated a total of $20,000 to the following food pantries: Blackstone Millville Food Pantry, Daily Bread Food Pantry in Milford, Grafton Food Pantry, Northbridge Association of Churches Food Pantry, People First Food Pantry in Uxbridge, St. Denis Food Pantry in Douglas, The People’s Pantry in Douglas, United Parish Food Pantry in Upton and the Worcester County Food Bank.

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Community Good Works

Andrea Z. O'Toole

Andrea Z. O’Toole


February 16, 2012

Andrea Z. O’Toole

UXBRIDGE- Andrea Z. (Gateriewictz) O’Toole, 68, of 292 Blackstone St. died Mon. Feb. 13 at home surrounded by her family, after battling lung cancer for a second time.
She is survived by her husband of 44 years Lawrence M. O’Toole; children Austin O’Toole of Uxbridge, Andrea Auerbach of Wellesley, Lawrence O’Toole of Douglas, Peter O’Toole of Kennebunk, ME, and David O’Toole of Uxbridge; her mother Krystyna (Kaminski) Gateriewictz of Somerset; 9 grandchildren Kathleen, Shannon, Owen, Andrew, Michael, Georgia, Sadie, Charlie, and Hayden; siblings Stasia McGowan of Stoughton, Barbara Wierzbicki of Providence, Katherine Vivieros of Swansea, and Andrew Gateriewictz of Tampa; and many nieces and nephews.
Born in Fall River on March 4, 1943, she was daughter of the late Andrew Gateriewictz. Andrea lived in Uxbridge for 45 years.
A graduate of Somerset High School, Class of 1961, she earned her BA at Bradford Durfee Technical Institute and headed for New York City upon graduation, where she lived until marrying her husband. Once her children were in school, Andrea worked in the Records Dept. at Landmark Hospital in Woonsocket for 30 years, retiring in 2008.
Known for her easy laugh, Andrea immersed herself fully in enjoying all aspects of life; she infused her children with a love of sports and avidly supported their many athletic activities during their school age years. She loved photography and was a talented sketch artist. Andrea was a fixture at Horseneck Beach on summer weekends, loved her Shih Tzus Frank, Harry & Millie, and traveled extensively, eventually settling on her beloved Aruba for annual vacations. In her retirement, Andrea focused her attention on her children and grandchildren, and enjoyed having family over for barbecues at the pool.
In accordance with her wishes there are no services or calling hours planned. Donations may be made in Andrea’s memory to Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center at Milford Regional
Medical Center, 20 Prospect St. Milford, MA 01757.
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Chugiak swimmers sweep West and Service

Chugiak swimmers sweep West and Service

Eagle River finishes second to host Dimond

By DAVID MORSE

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Both local high school swimming and diving teams took part in three-way meets this past week with Chugiak squads besting both West and host Service, while Eagle River finished second at Dimond on Aug. 29.

The Mustang girls’ team was impressive, collecting all three relay wins, along with six of the nine individual events.

Chugiak also demonstrated collective depth, adding numerous second- and third-place finished in both relay and individual races.

Double-winners included Emma Jennings (200 IM/100 free) and Sara Burke (200 free/100 fly), with solo wins from Abby Blackstone (500 free) and Cheyenne Burke (100 back).

The Chugiak boys’ team likewise showed well, with two relay wins, and Teague Severson winning two events – the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke.

Eagle River High School’s only individual victories with Dimond and East were provided by Jordyn Bruce, who won the girls’ 100 butterfly and 50 free.

The Wolves’ boys squad was relegated to a host of second- and third-place finishes which secured their runner-up finish to host Dimond.

The squad’s only first-place showing came in the 200 free relay with Blaise and Bryce Fox-Icarro, Bill Carpenter and Nigel Floyd doing the honors.

This Friday, Chugiak hosts South, as does Eagle River in their meet with Service and East.

The Eagle River High meet will be hosted by the KNIK swim club at Bartlett High.

Meets begin at 4:30 p.m.

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Chugiak swimmers sweep West and Service