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Christopher Caradonna receives $1,000 scholarship from Riverside National Bank
posted May 4, 2010 - 2:56:25pm
VOLUSIA, FL – April 2010 – Lisa Peterson, Riverside Bank’s Volusia County Regional manager, presented Christopher Caradonna with $1,000 in the bank’s eighth annual College Scholarship Program.
Students attending either a two or four-year post-secondary school were eligible to apply. Caradonna was selected based on his academic goals, community service and written essay about why he feels he deserves the money.
Caradonna currently attends Deland High School and is enrolled in the International Baccalaureate program. His goal is to attend Florida A&M University, College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences in Tallahassee. He hopes to one day own his own pharmacy.
“Our scholarship program is another example of Riverside’s commitment to Volusia County,” said Lisa Peterson. “Riverside is dedicated to support education. We know this program will make a difference in the life of our scholarship recipient.”
About the Bank
Since 1982, Riverside Bank has been helping people across Florida manage their money and achieve their financial goals with friendly service, helpful solutions and local decision-making. Its hometown style of banking has made Riverside one of Florida's largest, independent and locally owned community banks.
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RIverside National Bank is now TD Bank
TD Bank is pleased to announce that TD Bank, America's most convenient Bank is coming to this area. TD bank has acquired certain assets and liabilities of Riverside National Bank of Florida, First Federal Bank of North Florida and AmericanFirst Bank. TD bank will be bringing Riverside National customers more convenience, and the legendary service for which it is known for.
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