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Banks Provide Prescription for Hospital
Monday, January 01, 2007 (2014 reads)

Three community banks with offices in the Hampshire County college town of Northampton are participating in a unique revenue-raising plan to help local Cooley Dickinson Hospital with an ambitious $50 million expansion, with other local banks contributing as well.
Cooley Dickinson Hospital is a 125-bed facility that serves a wide swath of Hampshire County. The hospital, which can claim Caleb Dickinson, cousin of the poet Emily, as one of its founders, was recently recognized as one of the country’s preeminent community hospitals by Newsweek magazine. Staffed by 1,650 employees, including 305 physicians and 403 nurses, the hospital is the second-largest employer in Hampshire County, after the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

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Holocaust Restitution Fees Waived by Banks
Monday, January 01, 2007 (1954 reads)

The Massachusetts Bankers Association (MBA) is proud to report that thus far, more than 60 banks have enrolled in a program to eliminate transfer fees for Holocaust survivors who live in the Bay State.
The Holocaust Restitution Payment Fee Waiver Program began in December. Participating banks are agreeing to waive wire transfer fees for Holocaust survivors associated with their restitution payments from overseas. The initiative was developed in partnership with the Massachusetts Division of Banks, the American Association of Jewish Holocaust Survivors of Greater Boston, the Greater Boston Child Survivor Group and the Massachusetts Department of Consumer Affairs.

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