Newsroom

Joseph A. De Vito, president and CEO of The Village Bank, announced today that the Auburndale Community Charitable Foundation has awarded scholarships totaling $68,000 to 26 local students.

Aiden Wright of Newton North High School and Andrew Zhao of Wayland High School each received a $10,000 scholarship. Both were selected for their academic achievement and their active involvement as leaders in community and charitable causes.

In addition, 24 students from local high schools were awarded $2,000 scholarships, including:

Christian Bonadio – Xaverian Brothers
Sean Bryden – Newton South High School
Bryce Busa – Newton North High School
Gabriella Cellucci – Hudson High School
Ashley Cerone – Newton North High School
Danielle Chen – Newton South High School
Avery Coen – Newton North High School
Alexis Conzo – Framingham High School
John Donnellan – Newton North High School
Abigail Enselek – Dexter Southfield
Isabella Forte – Newton North High School
Steven Gao – Newton North High School
Lily Harutyunyan – Billerica Memorial High School
Mary Harutyunyan – Billerica Memorial High School
Julia Lawlor – Weston High School
Julia Miller – Newton North High School
Andrew Murray – Newton South High School
Nikolas Page – Newton North High School
Anjali Patel – Wayland High School
Rebecca Rosen – Newton South High School
Adrian Rufo – Needham High School
Daniel Salemme – Newton North High School
Ella Tucker – Hudson High School
Cleo Whitney – Newton South High School

“We are proud to continue our tradition of recognizing the achievements of the youth in our community while supporting their educational goals,” De Vito said.

Since its inception in 1998, The Auburndale Community Charitable Foundation has awarded nearly $1 million in scholarships. The scholarships are funded in part by the Bank’s Annual Golf Classic held each fall.

You are now leaving The Village Bank

Weblinks – By clicking the link to an outside URL, you will enter a web site created, operated and maintained by a private business or organization. The Village Bank provides this link as a service to our website visitors. We are not responsible for the content, views, or privacy policies of this site. We take no responsibility for any products or services offered by this site, nor do we endorse or sponsor the information it contains. Village Bank is not responsible for the accessibility of this link. Email – Email is not secure. Time-sensitive requests or private information, such as account numbers, should not be sent via email.

You will be redirected to

Click the link above to continue or CANCEL

FRAUD ALERT: Our customers recently have received calls from individuals claiming to work for The Village Bank. These callers ask for personal/account information such as an account verification code (RSA) or PIN. If you receive a call like this, please hang up immediately and contact us directly. The Village Bank will NEVER call, email or text you asking for personal information. Thank you.
Skip to content