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Biz Briefs: Shakespeare & Company Seeks Property Proposals for Lenox Campus

S&Co. Property Collaboration

Shakespeare & Company is inviting qualified entities, including real estate or other business and property development firms and nonprofits, to propose ideas to further develop the company's campus 33-acre property in Lenox. For more than four decades, Shakespeare & Company has been one of the premiere cultural attractions of Berkshire County, and a globally recognized landmark for theatrical performance, arts education, and professional training. This new project represents a unique opportunity to collaborate directly with the Company.  

Qualified entities are asked to provide an initial statement of interest to demonstrate how the campus, located within walking distance of the town of Lenox’s historic center, can be activated as a shared-use property that addresses the company's ongoing mission and priorities and maximizes the use of any available or undeveloped land, to enhance the ways in which Shakespeare & Company can further contribute to the region's growth. A full proposal will be requested later in the year. To read the full Request for Statements of Interest, click here.

All statements of interest will be reviewed and chosen by Shakespeare & Company’s Property Committee. Formed in 2017 as part of an organization-wide Strategic Planning Process, the Property Committee examines how the property can best address the needs of the company and the interests of the community. The committee includes trustees Scott Rubinow (chair), Sandy Bourgeois, George Camarda, Nancy Feldman, Anita Heller, Claudia Perles and Suzanne Werner, as well as members of the company's senior leadership.

 

Co-op Cash for Class Program

Wild Oats Market, a cooperatively owned natural foods grocery store, bakery and cafe in Williamstown, has kicked off its third annual Co-op Cash for Class program designed to raise money for local schools. To participate in the program, schools must register online. They can then download a customizable flyer to share with parents and students encouraging them to enroll.

It is even easier for parents to participate. Families simply register online and designate up to two schools. As soon as they sign up, they will immediately begin to earn points each time they shop at the co-op. There are no receipts to deal with and every purchase counts. The more families that participate and shop, the more money local schools will earn.

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