Denise Bastarache, president of Chapter N-160, Catholic Financial Life, in Biddeford and Daniel Bastarache, broker, delivered a matching fund check of the proceeds from Catholic School Week’s Annual Turkey Supper to St. James School which was accepted by St. James students Kenzie and Hunter Stearns. SUBMITTED PHOTO

BIDDEFORD — Denise Bastarache, president of Chapter N-160, Catholic Financial Life, in Biddeford and Daniel Bastarache, broker, delivered a matching fund check to St. James School recently.

The event was co-sponsored by the local chapter of Catholic Financial Life, which hosted Catholic School Week’s Annual Turkey Supper.
Accepting the check on behalf of St. James School were Kenzie and Hunter Stearns, members of Chapter N-160 and students at St. James School.
The students gathered to accept the donation on “Dress Up Day” where they dressed up as what they want to be when they grow up.  Hunter wants to be a firefighter and Kenzie wants to be a police officer.
Through services including life insurance to retirement planning, education savings and more, Catholic Financial Life has been helping its members protect their financial lives for 150 years. With assets of $1.65 billion and nearly 140,000 members across the United States, Catholic Financial Life’s strength comes from being a different kind of financial community.
As a member-owned organization, Catholic Financial Life’s longevity and success are a result of being a trusted financial partner. It has been recognized by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a Top Workplace five years in a row.
For more information about Catholic Financial Life, visit www.catholicfinanciallife.org.