Arrha Credit Union Recognizes Ludlow High School National Honor Society
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Tuesday, January 02, 2018
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Arrha Credit Union recently recognized the Ludlow High School National Honor Society for collecting over $11,500 in non-perishable food items and donations as part of the 2017 Rock 102 Mayflower Marathon challenge to benefit the Springfield Open Pantry. To show appreciation, Arrha Credit Union donated $1,000 t0 Ludlow High School for recognition of this community effort.

Michael S. Ostrowski, Arrha Credit Union President and CEO states, “It’s commendable how the members of the National Honor Society at Ludlow High School worked extra hard to make a positive difference for those in need at the Springfield Open Pantry.”  

The Springfield Open Pantry is an emergency food kitchen and serves over 30,000 people each year.

According to Shannon Anderson, LHS National Honor Society Advisor, “This year the Mayflower Marathon raised a total of $132,000 for the Springfield Open Pantry. Of that amount, $24,123.48 were raised by a total of ten local schools, with Ludlow raising a grand total of $11,523.97. We raised almost half of that total- amazing!”

Anderson proudly added, “LHS was also named the official top winnof this year’s marathon.”


L to R: Michael Ostrowski, President and CEO; Vice Principal Nancy Kurty,
National Honors Society Students, Brandi Stratton and Shannon Anderson NHS Advisors,
and Tony Sanches, Assistant Vice President of Retail Operations

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