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"Shredding" the word


Nov. 28, 2012
 Reminder Publications submitted photo

Reminder Publications submitted photo

Hampden Bank recently conducted a Shred Day at its Indian Orchard office to help benefit the Community Survival Center (CSC) and spread the word about identity theft. For a small monetary donation or a donation of non-perishable food items, the public was invited to bring their personal papers to the branch to be shredded for a great cause. Bank and CSC volunteers collected more than 130 pounds of food plus cash donations to help fill the shelves of the non-profit organization.

Pictured are, top row from left to right, Victor H. Rodriguez, and Awildo Morales, both of Hampden Bank, Holly Farrar of CSC, Amanda Merrill of Hampden Bank, Jackie Madden of CSC's Board of Directors; bottom row, from left, Emily Hayden and Gloria Bourbeau, both of the CSC's Board of Directors.



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