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1. Jack Dean and Kathy Maroney were both promoted at the Middlesex Savings Bank.
Dean has been promoted to Community Banking Officer and manager of the Middlesex branch at 235 Old Connecticut Path in Framingham. He had been assistant manager of the bank’s branch in Holliston. Before joining Middlesex in 2001 he was an assistant manager at Citizens Bank. He also worked at Caldor Corporation as a customer service manager.
A 1992 graduate of Emerson College, Dean holds a bachelor degree in advertising with minors in both public relations and mass communication. He is a board member of the Hopkinton Lions Club and has volunteered for Metrowest Habitat for Humanity. He resides in Hopkinton with his wife Renee and daughter Linnea.
Maroney joined Middlesex Savings in 2011 and has been promoted to vice president and manager of government-assisted lending in the bank’s commercial division. She works with borrowers and lenders on the underwriting and management of loans that have been enhanced and strengthened with assistance from government agencies such as the United States Small Business Administration, the United States Department of Agriculture, and Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation.
A 1983 graduate of the University of Massachusetts with a degree in economics, Maroney joined Middlesex Savings in 2011 after four years as vice president and commercial services manager at Metro Credit Union. Her extensive career in banking and finance also includes nearly 20 years in credit, lending, and relationship management positions at Multibank and its successors BankBoston and Fleet.
She also served for two years as business development and finance specialist for the Center for Women and Enterprise, and she continues to share her professional expertise with women entrepreneurs as a volunteer expert for The Story Exchange.
2. Girl Scouts To Sell Cookies to Support Troops
Girl Scout Troop #2968 will be at Colella's on Saturday selling Girl Scout Cookies from 9 am to 2:30pm in an effort to send cookies to our troops overseas. Their goal is to send many boxes to our much appreciated troops to say happy holidays and a great big thank you for serving our country!
3. Kindegarten Registration has Begun
Registration for the September 2012 Kindergarten class will be held at Center School on Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011, 9:00am to 2:00 p.m. and Wednesday, Jan. 4, 3:30 to 7:30 p.m.
All forms are available on the website.
Full-Day Kindergarten lottery applications will be available at registration. It is anticipated that there will be more Full-Day Kindergarten slots for 2012-13, but if necessary, a lottery for available slots will be held "live" on HCAM: February 2 at 7:00 p.m.