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Lunenburg, MA – Undeterred by the poor weather conditions, representatives from the Lunenburg Skate Park and Main Street Bank
convened at this year’s Trunk or Treat event. There, Main Street Bank (MSB) presented a check for $5,000 to the Lunenburg Skate Park, a nonprofit organization has the singular mission of raising the necessary capital resources to construct a permanent, concrete, skate, scooter and BMX facility. The facility will include a variety of obstacles and features that will cater to a wide range of disciplines and skill levels. This park will be a community asset for youth both in the Town of Lunenburg as well as the overall region. The goal this project to provide a safe recreational resource for area youth to enjoy. This asset will provide youth with a healthy outdoor alternative to other less desirable choices, such as video games, vaping, drinking and drug use. This funding will enable a driven group of youths to realize their goal of creating a sustainable recreational resource for their community and the entire region.

Pictured left to right are: Aidan Moore, Chris Roy, Donna Morel, Allison Migrants, Mason Whitcomb, and Mason Bowser.

“Seeing this project come to life over the past few years has been exciting for us and the Lunenburg community,” said Jamie Conaghan, Vice President of Marketing at Main Street Bank. “We’re delighted to contribute to this worthwhile initiative that will provide a healthy space for the youth and invigorate the town.” “We are extremely appreciative of Main Street Bank’s support for this project as we push towards reaching our funding goal of $225K. We are presently targeting a shovel-ready project come spring 2022 and we are just that much closer today thanks to Main Street Bank’s generosity”, said Anthony Caiozzo, president of the Lunenburg Skate Park.

For more information on the Luneburg Skate Park project or to donate visit @

Main Street Bank is a locally run, independent mutual savings institution serving the MetroWest and northern Middlesex communities of Massachusetts. We believe in working together, so we can do more for our community. To learn more, visit

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