Pete Mirante, senior vice president of branch administration at Greylock Federal Credit Union, and Jim Wojtaszek, the vice president of marketing and public relations, deliver a $10,000 check to Mayor Richard Alcombright for future events.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Representatives from Greylock Federal Credit Union stopped by Mayor Richard Alcombright's office to deliver a large, $10,000 check for upcoming events in the city on Tuesday afternoon.
Alcombright explained that typically Greylock would sponsor various events throughout the year, but this year the city's being allocated all the money upfront.
"This represents something a little new this year," Alcombright said. "Greylock this year really stepped up."
Pete Mirante, senior vice president of branch administration, explained all though the union is based out of Pittsfield, North County is just as important as the central region, which is home to its Adams, North Adams and Williamstown branches.
Alcombright said the money will sponsor the Farmer's Market (Saturdays from June 29-Oct. 26), Fourth of July fireworks, Eagle Street Beach Party and Fiesta (July 12, party is 3:30-6:30, fiesta 7-10), Motorama (Aug. 25, 9-3), Downtown Celebration (Aug. 14, 5:30-9) and Berkshire Food Festival (Sept. 15, noon - 4 p.m.).
"Greylock is pleased to sponsor these traditional summer events for the entire family to enjoy," said
Marilyn L. Sperling, president of Greylock Federal Credit Union, in a statement. "Joining forces with a community that shares our passion for family causes encourages all of us to make a difference, while having some fun."