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2018 "Plan With A Purpose" Scholarship Recipients Announced

7/6/2018 |

PV Financial Group (PVFG) proudly announced the winners of their $3,000 tri-town scholarship fund for graduating High School Seniors in Wilbraham, Ludlow and Belchertown. The selected towns represent the communities where PVFG Partner’s Edward Sokolowski, Joseph Leonczyk and Charles Myers each reside.

Sokolowski, Leonczyk and Myers started their Financial Planning business in 2002. Since opening their doors they’ve demonstrated a strong commitment to giving back to the community, targeting their volunteer hours and charitable contributions towards organizations that support the development of youth and future leaders. Rather than counting transactions, the team measures their personal and professional success by the lives that they’ve touched.

Throughout June the PVFG team and their Partners joyfully attended the awards ceremonies for the graduating seniors of Minnechaug Regional High School, Ludlow High School, and Belchertown High School to present the three $1,000 “Plan With a Purpose” scholarships.

“Each recipient had a unique and compelling story to share. What made them alike was their desire to meaningfully plan a purposeful future and leverage their academic career to make a difference in their communities,” says Managing Partner Ed Sokolowski. “We’re honored to invest in their futures and continued success as they head to college.”

The 2018 recipients include: Elizabeth Williams of Wilbraham who will be attending Wheaton College, Annamaria Orlandi of Ludlow who will be attending UMass Amherst to study Journalism and Political Science, and Madison Perkins of Belchertown who will be attending Elms College to study Nursing.

PV Partners Ed Sokolowski, Joe Leonczyk and Chuck Myers along with their team present the "Plan with a Purpose" Scholarship to Elizabeth Williams of Wilbraham, Annamaria Orlandi of Ludlow, and Madison Perkins of Belchertown.

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