(Pictured Above L-R: Rick Middleton, President of the Boston Bruins Alumni Association, Martrell Stevens, Gavin Ford, Tony Patti, Senior VP and CFO at RCB)
Reading, MA – The Reading Cooperative Charitable Foundation is pleased to announce that the Reading Schoolhouse Condo Fire Fund officially raised and donated $9,350 to the Reading Schoolhouse Condo Fire Fund after organizing last month’s Bruins Alumni Benefit Hockey Game. The event took place on Saturday, Feb. 10 at the Burbank Arena in Reading, MA. Former Bruins stars in attendance included Bruins Alumni Co-Captains Rick Middleton and Terry O’Reilly. The Boston Bruins Alumni faced off against Reading Fire & Ice, which was made up of Reading Cooperative bank employees and their families, as well as members of the Reading Fire Department.
“We want to thank all of the sponsors, the crowd that turned out, and those at the bank who helped with outreach and logistics to make this event a success,” said Shanna Cahalane, Vice President and Director of Marketing at Reading Cooperative Bank. “Everything exceeded our expectations, and that couldn’t have happened without our team’s dedication; they pulled it all together in such a short period of time.”
Reading Cooperative’s President and CEO, Julieann Thurlow, was equally pleased with the experience. “The Bruins’ coach came up to me after it was over and wanted to make sure we knew how impressed the team was with the audience’s level of excitement. Thurlow continued, “they said they would be happy to host another game with us anytime in the future. I think that says a lot about our community.”
AFLAC, Baker Newman Noyes, Birchwood Credit Services, Brigs LLC, Burbank YMCA, Burbank Ice Arena, Cunha Flooring, Donis Perkins Photography, Fred C. Church, Gregory Eaton, Holland-Mark, HorseShoe Grille, Intertwine Media, Linnane Insurance, Lumen Wealth, Merchant Consulting Group, New England Money, Nordblum, North Reading Vet, Printex, Reading Lions Club, Rep. Brad Jones, S.M. Hodson, Smith Oil, Sweepnman, Inc., TeamLogicIT, Wells Fargo, Zero-in, Eastern Insurance