Regal Bank Contributes to HCHY

Regal Bank Contributes to HCHY

HCHY President Alan Karpas is pleased to announce that Regal Bank in Livingston has made a very generous monetary contribution to Healthy Community Healthy Youth Initiative of Livingston, Inc. (HCHY) for the 2010-11 year. This is the second year in a row that the bank has made a contribution to HCHY. At the April 1st meeting between HCHY representatives and bank officials, Mr. Karpas stated "We are looking forward to joining together with Regal Bank once again to support the great young people in our Livingston community."

Regal Bank will host the Aquafina Pitch Hit & Run - Official Youth Skills Competition of Major League Baseball on April 18th at 1:00 p.m. at the Mt. Pleasant Middle School Fields. This free event is open to competitors ages 7-14 years old. The registration deadline is April 9th. Registration forms are available at the Regal Bank and Livingston Recreation Department. For information, please contact Monte Ehrenkranz at 973-716-0600 or, or visit the HCHY website:

Pictured from left to right are the attendees at the April 1st meeting: HCHY Vice President Martha Ackermann; Regal Bank Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer Daniel Tower; HCHY Executive Coordinator Beth Spector; HCHY President Alan Karpas; Regal Bank Vice President & Branch Manager Christina Slater; and Regal Bank Vice President/Business Development Monte Ehrenkranz.

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