Middlesex Savings Bank Commits $75,000 for Library

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April 29, 2014, Hopkinton, Mass. – Middlesex Savings Bank has pledged to give $75,000 toward the renovation and expansion of Hopkinton Public Library. Upon successful votes to fundthe new library at the May 5 Annual Town Meeting and May 19 Town Election, Middlesex Savings Bank will make a charitable gift of $75,000 (over 3 years) to the Hopkinton Public Library Foundation in support of the restoration, renovation and expansion of Hopkinton Public Library.
The Bank’s generous pledge puts the Foundation’s fundraising at over $350,000 in 1000 Homes for Hopkinton pledges and contributions since October 2013, and $450,000 in total, toward a state-of-the-art, spacious, and accessible Library for Hopkinton’s 15,000 residents.

“Hopkinton Public Library Foundation is extremely grateful to Middlesex Savings Bank for this vote of support for the renovation and expansion of our Library,” said Laura Barry, Chairperson. “We are excited to add Middlesex Savings Bank to our growing team of supporters for this project and look forward to working together to build something of great importance for the Town of Hopkinton.”

“Middlesex Savings Bank is honored to have the opportunity to fund a project that is so meaningful to the town of Hopkinton,” said Dana Neshe, executive vice president of Middlesex Savings Bank. “The Bank is committed to enhancing the community experience for Hopkinton residents and we believe that the renovation and expansion of the library will provide wonderful educational and cultural opportunities.”