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Cycling through: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) Gallery 51 will host an “UPCYCLYING” workshop, “What Can You Make from a Plastic Bag, and More?” today from 1 to 3 p.m. Held in conjunction with “Water and Earth: A Call to Protect our Fragile Ecosystem” in MCLA Gallery 51, “What Can You Make from a Plastic Bag, and More?” invites participants to...

 
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    PITTSFIELD

    The Department of Public Works announces that sand piles have been placed at three locations around the city: the Barker Road fire station, the Pecks Road fire station and the Williams Street Plaza. Sand will be available for pickup by Pittsfield residents for their own personal use throughout the winter season.  Residents are requested to limit their pickups to 50 pounds (one 5-gallon pail) per visit.

    The Williams Elementary School PTO (Pittsfield) is participating in BJ’s Fuel Your Fundraiser Program.  Purchase a NEW membership or RENEW your current membership through Williams PTO and BJ’s will give you a $10 discount off their Inner Circle Membership or a $20 discount off their Rewards Membership PLUS an additional 3 FREE months (15 months total), a FREE second membership card and BJ’s will donate $5 per application to the William Elementary School PTO. You may find this special application on the Williams PTO website under PTO documents at http://pittsfieldwilliams.ss3.sharpschool.com/for_parents/p_t_o/p_t_o_documents/

    Volunteers and Items Needed for Holiday Gift Bag: The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Berkshire County invites members of the community to participate in the annual holiday collection and distribution of gift bags to patients in the psychiatric wards at Berkshire Medical Center. NAMI Berkshire County is accepting items including warm winter hats, gloves, socks, travel size toiletries, nail care items, pocket planners, games and puzzles, journals, pens and pencils, movies and books. In addition to items, the organization is also seeking volunteers to assist with the packing and distribution of the gift bags. Those interested in volunteering should contact Brenda at 413-443-1666 or namibc@namibc.org.  Donated items can be dropped off at the NAMI Berkshire County office, 333 East Street, Room 417, Monday through Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monetary donations are also gratefully accepted, and checks can be made out to NAMI Berkshire County.


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