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Foundation adds area residents to board

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Town resident Susan Elliott was one of three new members recently elected to the Foundation for MetroWest’s board of trustees, the nonprofit philanthropic organization announced last week. Elliott serves as executive vice president and chief business officer for the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, and has also served 16 years on the board for Bridge Over Troubled Waters, an organization that serves homeless and runaway youths. She also has sat on the council for the Pine Street Inn’s shelter for women in Boston, officials said. The other newcomers to the Natick-based foundation’s board are Hopkinton resident David Bannon, who is cofounder and CEO of technology manufacturer Headwall Photonics Inc., and Sudbury resident Patty Gannon, who has served on the foundation’s distribution committee for the past two years, and is also actively involved in school and other community organizations. The Foundation for MetroWest provides grants to support local nonprofits across the area, officials said. For more information, visit www.foundationformetrowest.org.

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