Care and Relationship Development Ann Sherry and Assistant Vice President/Bellingham Branch Officer Michael Tuite presented Bellingham Board of Selectman Chairman Mike Soter and Town Administrator Denis Fraine with a donation of $1,000 to help offset some of the expenses of the fireworks and musical entertainment.
“Each year this event has been funded through donations and, once again, businesses like Charles River Bank are stepping up in a big way,” stated Fraine.
This year’s celebration will be held on Tuesday, July 4th. Free parking for this event is available at both the Bellingham Middle School and High School on Blackstone Street. There will be live music featuring Mat Zajac at 5:00pm, The Peter Baro Band at 6:00pm and Pieces of Eight at 7:30pm. At approximately 9:30pm, the always much-anticipated fireworks show created by the Rhode Island Pyrotechnics begins. Local youth groups and school organizations will be offering refreshments and 4th of July novelties.
Charles River Bank—with assets of $235 million—was founded in 1915, and continues to offer a wide range of individual and business banking services. The Bank's Main Office is located at 70 Main Street in Medway, and new state-of-the-art branches are located on the Bellingham/Franklin town line on Route 140 and in Mendon at 1 Hastings Street, at the intersection of Rte. 16 and North Avenue. Charles River Bank also operates a branch in Medway High School that serves as an educational facility and full-service branch. In 2016, Charles River Bank contributed more than $40,000 to community non-profit organizations.
For more information call 508-533-8661 or visit www.charlesriverbank.com