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In time for the holiday season, Millbury Savings has donated $3,000 to the food pantries in Millbury and Sutton.
Combined, these five food pantries—the Sutton Senior Center’s Michael A. Chizy Food Pantry, the Friends of the Millbury Seniors Food Pantry, the food pantry of the St. Vincent DePaul Society at St. Brigid Church, the Sandra L. Fischer Food Pantry at Millbury Federated Church, and Bernice’s Community Cupboard at St. John’s Episcopal Church—assist hundreds of households a month in both towns. As expected, the holidays put an added strain on these pantries’ supplies.
"The pantries do an incredible job providing food to residents who need it most, not only at the holidays, but all year long,” said Millbury Savings Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Robert J. Morton. “If Millbury and Sutton residents aren’t able to put enough food on their tables, that’s a crisis we all need to help overcome.”
In the Photo:
Front row, L-R: Friends of the Millbury Seniors Director Judith O’Connor, Millbury Federated Church Food Pantry Team Leader Barbara Butler, and Sutton Food Pantry Director Michelle Edelstein.
Second row, L-R: Rev. Lisa Green, St. John’s Episcopal Church Community Cupboard; Sutton Food Pantry Outreach Director Clarke Alderman; and Leonard Mort, president of The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul of the Catholic Parishes of Millbury.
Back row, L-R: Millbury Savings Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Robert J. Morton and Millbury Federated Church Mission Coordinator Bob Fischer.