Four Alameda student photographers have been chosen to contribute to Bank of Marin’s annual calendar. Among the 23 selected students from 11 local high schools are, Alameda High School students: Jeremy Chen, Sonia Chen and Mominah Khan and Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School student Johnny Tran Vu.
Bank of Marin announced recently that its branch at 1416 Park St. has closed and moved to a new location on the west side of the Island at 805 Marina Village Parkway. With the Park Street branch relocation and their branch at 2130 Otis Drive receiving a new main branch building elsewhere in the South Shore Shopping Center, Bank of Marin will have two new facilities soon.
Bank of Marin has announced the names of 16 students from 12 local high schools whose photography is featured in the bank’s 2017 community calendar. This marks the seventh year that the bank has worked with photography teachers and students at North and East Bay high schools to select images for the calendar.
Students submitted more than 150 images; judges at the bank made the final photo selections. They selected photographs from two Alameda students: Buzor Obiorah from Alameda High School and David Kresage from St. Joseph Notre Dame High School.
Halloween weekend event to include 1-mile kids’ fun run
Registration is open now for the Bank of Marin Alameda Running Festival. The festival will be the first of its kind in Alameda that will incorporate two days of racing, a health and wellness expo and a family fun run. The event will take place Halloween weekend Oct. 29 and 30 with the 5k, 10k and kids’ run on Saturday, and a half marathon on Sunday. The event begins and ends at Alameda Point.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION BANK TO ESTABLISH A BRANCH OFFICE
Notice is hereby given that Bank of Marin, 504 Redwood Boulevard – Suite 100, Novato CA 94947, has filed with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation an application to establish a branch to be located at 801 Marina Village Parkway - #A102, Alameda, CA 94501.
On Wednesday, Jan. 22, a total of $10,000 was presented to five nonprofit organizations that won the most votes from Alameda residents in the recent “Give Back” contest hosted by the Bank of Alameda/ Bank of Marin. At the ceremony, taking place at the Otis Drive branch, the five winning organizations — Alameda Boy Scouts, Alameda Meals on Wheels, Alameda Food Bank, Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter and Rhythmix Cultural Works — each received a check for $2,000 from the bank.