Nantucket, MA – December 1, 2016
Nantucket Bank is proud to announce the publication of its first Community Calendar honoring 12 groups or individuals who go above and beyond to make Nantucket a better place to live and work.
“Nantucket’s Community Calendar is a tribute to the amazing individuals and groups who contribute to the vibrancy of Nantucket,” comments Nantucket Bank’s senior vice president market executive Neil Marttila. “It is an honor to recognize these hardworking, selfless people.”
Along with the recognition and honor of being featured in the calendar, each honoree receives a $1,000 donation from the Blue Hills Bank Charitable Foundation for one of their favorite charities. Calendars are free, while supplies last, and are available at all Nantucket Bank branches beginning December 1st.
The recipients of 2017 Community Calendar are: Zona Butler, Peggy Kaufman, Lori Smith, Peter Mackay, Michael Molinar, Courtney Bridges, Jill Karp, Annye Camera, Sheri Hunt, Thomas Bresette, Margaretta Andrews and The Nantucket Food Pantry.
Nantucket Bank, a division of Blue Hills Bank, is a full-service community bank headquartered in Hyde Park, MA. With assets of more than $2.3 billion, the bank serves customers in Nantucket and Eastern Massachusetts online and through its 18 branches and loan offices. Founded in 1871 as Hyde Park Savings Bank, the Bank is celebrating its 145th year in business.