BayCoast donation boosts Fall River charter school capital campaign

LEFT TO RIGHT: Steve Kenyon, a director of BayCoast Bank and Argosy Collegiate board member; Gary Vierra, senior vice president, BayCoast Bank, board member and treasurer of Argosy Collegiate and Kristen Pavao, founder and executive director of Argosy Collegiate. / COURTESY ARGOSY COLLEGIATE
LEFT TO RIGHT: Steve Kenyon, a director of BayCoast Bank and Argosy Collegiate board member; Gary Vierra, senior vice president, BayCoast Bank, board member and treasurer of Argosy Collegiate and Kristen Pavao, founder and executive director of Argosy Collegiate. / COURTESY ARGOSY COLLEGIATE
SWANSEA, Mass. - Three-year-old, tuition-free charter school, Argosy Collegiate Charter School, received a $130,000 leadership grant from BayCoast Bank in support of its $2.3 million Building the Bridge to College capital campaign. The funds will be used to construct two separate projects on the school's Fall River campus. The high school will receive $80,000 to…

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