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Front row: Ella Kroboth. Middle row (from left): LiNayah Gregory, Enjelah Haeckner, Cecilia Pixley, Madison Renzi, Lilly Jenkins, Maggie Vittum. Back row: coach Melissa O'Dell, Marlee Arnhold, Lauren Strassel, Shay Kozlowski, Kenadi Arnhold, Keira LaCasse, coach Jeff Murray.

Berkshire Lacrosse Squad Competes at Connecticut Tourney

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EAST WINDSOR, Conn. -- The Berkshire Lacrosse (grades 4-6) travel team for girls in grades 4 to 6 recently competed in the Fall Lax Jam.
The Berkshire squad held its own in four competitive games against teams from Boston, New York and New Hampshire. Berkshire was led offensively by Enjelah Haeckner, Shay Kozlowski and Ella Kroboth while Maggie Vittum and Lilly Jenkins were defensive standouts. Berkshire also received strong play in goal from LiNayah Gregory, Keira LaCasse and Kroboth. 
Berkshire Lacrosse competes in off-season tournaments during the summer, fall and winter and offers open enrollment for each season. Berkshire Lacrosse also operates the Pittsfield Girls Lacrosse program during the traditional spring season. For more information, contact Jeff Murray at 413-441-9904. 
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Greylock Federal Credit Union Reopens Kellogg Street Branch

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff

A crowd gathers for the grand reopening of the Kellogg Street branch.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union returned "home" with the grand opening of its newly renovated Kellogg Street branch that also houses the new Community Empowerment Center.
"Why did we invest millions here?" John Bissell, president and chief executive officer, asked before Monday's ribbon-cutting. "Because this is our home. This was Greylock's first home. This nieghborhood has been our heartbeat since 1935."
The expanded and renovated building will not only offer typical banking services but also free counseling to help residents with their financial futures. 
Vice President of Administration Jamie Ellen Moncecchi said Greylock looks to give residents in need the tools and resources to help them navigate their financial lives. She went on to say the center will offer free community education, budgeting and credit building classes, and loan coaching.
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