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Joseph A. De Vito, president and CEO of The Village Bank, announced today that the Bank has made a $25,000 donation to “Help Light the Way” in Newton. The donation is part of a community fundraising effort created to add lights to Winkler Stadium at Newton South High School.

“As a community bank, The Village Bank strives to support a variety of organizations and causes that make our communities stronger and bring people together. Programs like “Help Light the Way” are an important part of our Community Commitment Initiative and give us the opportunity to invest in our youth, the future of our great community,” said De Vito.

Pictured from left, Paul Sullivan, NSHS parent; Joel Stembridge, principal, NSHS; Susan Paley, The Village Bank; Doug McCarthy, coach, NSHS; and, Village Bank President and CEO Joe De Vito.

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