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TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
Two Dozen Bands To Play Benefit For Local Child
"Every single cent is going to Madison, no one is taking any money, everything is volunteered." — Najwa Squailia

Annual School Pie Auction Benefits Local Organizations
Entrants brought one pie for sampling by judges and attendees and one pie to auction.

Community Rallies Funeral Funds for Dalton Woman
"I cannot believe the amount of response, it's remarkable, it's just wonderful." — Tyler Fairbank

North Adams Firefighters 'Fill the Boot' for Muscular Dystrophy
"We like to help people, that's who we are." — firefighter Robert Patenaude

Susan B. Anthony Museum Plans Auction Event
"It's something Susan B. Anthony would have been proud of." — Colleen Janz

Cheshire Twins' Lemonade Stand Inspires Cancer Charity
"I thought they would raise maybe $50. Instead, we raised $300." — Kelly Msibi

Williamstown Elementary Used Clothing Sale Set
"It steadily grew, and we're now at a point where we're doing just this one big annual sale." — Cecilia Hirsch

Lanesborough Fire Holding Block Dance With Whiskey City
"This is growing. It is a growing event." — Steve Michalak.

Greylock Community Club Stepping Up Fundraising Efforts
"If I could, I would trade places in a heartbeat, but it didn't work that way." — JoAnn Langlois

United Neighborhood Organization Hosts 13-House Tag Sale
"It's great for morale not just for the kids but parents too." — Shirley Davis

BArT Honors 'Co-Founder' Bo Peabody
"We were a startup, and Bo is very in tune with what how to run a startup." — Julia Bowen

Hoosac Valley Camping Profitable for Girls Team
"It was wonderful all around." — Darlene Rodowicz

North County Relay for Life Engenders Hope for Cancer Cure
"It's an exciting time to be in this field and in Berkshire County. Instead of I want a new job, I've found a new job." — Dr. Paul Rosenthal

Northern Berkshire United Way Exceeds 2013 Campaign Goal
"Big things can happen when a lot of people give a little." — Robert Abel

Williamstown Man Energizing Boston Club for Impaired Runners
"As I was coming home with my wife that evening ... it struck me that there were all these people who were injured by the shrapnel." — Hank Art

Berkshires Effort Seeks to Aid One Fund, Connect Community
"I was thinking about this family and about what they must be going through." — Fidel Moreno

Northern Berkshire United Way Sets 'Calcutta' Fundraiser
"We hope to offer a fun-filled night while raising dollars to help our community." — Joseph McGovern

Speaker DeLeo Honored As 'Irish Man Of The Year'
"There is no part of the commonwealth that will feel forgotten and that includes where I am right now." — Robert DeLeo

Swim-A-Thon to Benefit Elizabeth Freeman Center
The Annie Selke Companies and the Spa at Cranwell are sponsoring a Swim-A-Thon event from April 1 through 20 to benefit the Elizabeth Freeman Center.

Downtown Pittsfield Taking Over Wing Fling
"We want to build on its success and see what works well and see if we can enhance it." — Pamela Tobin.

Teddy's Retains 'Slice Of Life' Best Pizza Title
"The community support we have allows us to do everything we do." — Danielle Trumbull

Williamstown Community Chest Drive Makes Final Push
"What we do is help the children and less fortunate within the community to get the needs that they need met." — Michael Goodwin

Annual Game Dinner Tradition Raises Funds for Youth
"Our goal is to support children in keeping close to nature." — Michael Cutler

Hardy Volunteers Plunge Into Icy Waters for Special Olympics
"This was more successful that I thought it would be." — John Evon

Berkshire Residents Dance Against Sexual Violence
"Through dancing, it is our way to be part of that global revolution." — Kristen van Ginhoven


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