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Joseph A. De Vito, president & CEO of The Village Bank announced today that the Auburndale Community Charitable Foundation has awarded scholarships totaling $66,000 to 25 local students.

Clara Gross of Newton North High School and Meredith Prince of Wayland High School each received a $10,000 scholarship. Both were selected for their academic achievement and for taking a leadership role in community and charitable causes.

In addition, 23 students from local high schools were awarded $2,000 scholarships, including:

Abigail Arndt – Newton South High School
James Babcock – Arlington Catholic High School
Adriana Cedrone – Newton North High School
Alexa Cerone – Newton North High School
Dante D’Antonio – Walnut Hill School for the Arts
Ava DeNucci – Newton North High School
Christopher DiSciullo – Boston College High School
Abigail Ferraro – Waltham High School
Noah Heinstein – Newton North High School
Liam Henley – Wayland High School
Megan Innis – Framingham High School
Michael Leary – Newton North High School
Michael Lee – St. Sebastian’s School
Anthony Mastroianni – Waltham High School
Christopher Mastroianni – Waltham High School
Aidan McCarthy – Newton South High School
Claire Nye – Ursuline Academy
Romina Paola – Newton North High School
Giuseppe Presti – Catholic Memorial School
Grace Tourtelotte – Newton South High School
John Tramontozzi – North Reading High School
Mark Tramontozzi – North Reading High School
Michael Yerardi – Newton North High School

“We’re delighted to not only continue our tradition of recognizing the achievements of local students, but also to expand our giving to award 25 scholarships this year,” said De Vito.

Since its inception in 1998, The Auburndale Community Charitable has awarded more than $900,000 in scholarships. The scholarships are funded in part by the Bank’s Annual Golf Classic held each fall.

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