Bangor Savings Bank Foundation supports business enterprise program at Charlotte White Center

    DOVER-FOXCROFT — The Charlotte White Center recently received a $10,000 grant from the Bangor Savings Bank Foundation to assist in funding the Charlotte White Center’s business enterprise internship program.

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BUSINESS ENTERPRISE SUPPORT — Charlotte White Center Chief Executive Officer Richard M. Brown accepts a $10,000 grant from Heather Weymouth Pomerleau, retail loan specialist at Bangor Savings Bank’s Dover-Foxcroft location. The funding will assist the agency’s business enterprise internship program.

    Heather Weymouth Pomerleau, Bangor Savings Bank retail loan specialist in Dover-Foxcroft, presented the $10,000 check to Richard Brown, CEO of Charlotte White Center. “This grant award from our Foundation to the Charlotte White Center signifies our commitment to improving the quality of life in the communities we serve by supporting projects like the business enterprise program,” said Pomerleau. The Charlotte White Center program establishes training opportunities for business college degree students as future entrepreneurs. The interns help develop new business initiatives and review current programs and practices to improve cost effectiveness and sustainability of essential services.
    “We are excited to partner with Bangor Savings Bank to find innovative ways to stimulate new business opportunities in our community,” stated Rod Willey, senior program manager for the Charlotte White Center.  “This financial support shows that Bangor Savings Bank knows that community matters”.

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