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Northern Berkshire United Way Kicks off 2019-20 Campaign

Much of that will be directed back to NBUW's 20 member agencies, but Collier on Thursday also wanted to highlight some of the other work the agency had been doing above and beyond those allocations.

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Northern Berkshire United Way Presents Spirit of Caring Awards

Tracy Rougeau McConnell was presented the Spirit of the Future Award; Dianne Cutillo and Bernie Pinsonnault with the Spirit of Community Award; and Specialty Minerals Inc. the Campaign of the Year award and its longtime campaign coordinator Leon "Butch" Parrott was recognized.

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North County Community Dedicated to Continuing Nelson's Story

Nelson's work on that project and his inspiration within the community in leading by example won't be forgotten. During a tribute on Monday night for Nelson, who died in July at age 83, the pantry's new name was revealed as the Al Nelson Friendship Center.

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Northern Berkshire United Way Announces Campaign Goal

Last year, the organization's campaign goal was $470,000. The amount raised ended up being $477,667. And this year's campaign goal is $480,000.

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North Adams' Born Learning Trail Offers Creative Activities

Born Learning Trails are a United Way campaign for developing early childhood learning and parental engagement with community partners. Started in 2005, there are trails across the United States and in a number of countries.

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Northern Berkshire United Way Celebrates Spirit of Caring and Celebration

With more than 150 guests in attendance to celebrate, Dr. James Birge, president of MCLA, opened the program with a welcome before the awards ceremony. Jason Dohaney, board president, thanked all in attendance and the sponsors for attending the inaugural event, which will raise funds for the community.

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Cupcake Reward Tops $10K Northern Berkshire United Way Drive

A chance to be a "United Way hero" and get a box of homemade cupcakes drove the School Department's donations to Northern Berkshire United Way across the $10,000 line last week.

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