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BankGloucester Awards $12,500 in Scholarships to Local Students

For Immediate Release

September 26, 2022 Gloucester, MA – As part of our annual scholarship program, BankGloucester is happy to announce the recipients of the 2022 BankGloucester scholarship awards.

These students have displayed academic excellence and demonstrated their commitment to the community, and we are happy to be able to contribute to their future education. Each recipient received a $2,500 award to help with college expenses.

Congratulations to this year’s BG Scholars:

Chiara O’Connor

Chiara graduated from Gloucester High School and is now attending Bentley University for Business.

Ava Kail

Ava graduated from Manchester-Essex Regional High School and is now attending Bentley University for Finance.

Sarah-Jean Collins

Sarah-Jean graduated from Essex North Shore Agricultural & Technical High School and is now attending the University of New Hampshire for focusing on Computer Information Systems (CIS).

Riley Turner

Riley graduated from Ipswich High School and is now attending Bentley University for Business.

Alba Aquierre-Williams

(Not Pictured)

Alba graduated from Rockport High School and is now attending Salem State University in their business program.


For additional information please contact:


Derek Clements, Marketing Manager, BankGloucester, 978-675-9903

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BankGloucester, with assets of $350 million, is a state-chartered mutual bank serving Gloucester and its neighboring communities since 1887. BankGloucester is headquartered at 160 Main Street in Gloucester and has branches at 15 Martin Street in Essex and 143 High Street in Ipswich. It is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and a member of the Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF). At BankGloucester, all deposits are insured in full.