BFAIR Listed as Donation Organization on Amazon

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Did you know that every time that you shop on Amazon you could be donating to BFAIR? By choosing BFAIR as your charity of choice on Amazon, 0.5 percent of all eligible purchases are automatically donated directly to BFAIR!
 
Follow these 3 simple steps below and help support BFAIR's Mission: To enrich the lives of people of all ages and abilities by providing positive life experiences and advocacy through distinctive, individualized, quality service.
 
To add your charitable organization:
  1. Sign in to smile.amazon.com on your desktop or mobile phone browser.
  2. From your desktop, go to Your Account and select the option to Change your Charity. Or, from your mobile browser, select Change your Charity from the options at the bottom of the page.
  3. Select a new charitable organization to support.
Note: You can also hover over the Supporting notice in the navigation at the top of any page, and then select the Change link next to the name of the charity you’re currently supporting.

 


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Drury Senior Katie Booth Presented with Superintendent's Award

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff

Principal Timothy Callahan, bottom right, speaks at Tuesday's meeting. To his left are Eric and Laurie Booth; Katie Booth is above at right. 
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — This year's presentation of the Superintendent's Award had to be made at a distance but School Committee was still able to applaud over Zoom the academic efforts of senior Katie Booth.
 
"I think especially in these times to have a student who is still excelling and still meeting responsibilities, even during the pandemic, it really speaks to your work ethic and your commitment to your overall career development so I'm very honored to present you with this award from the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents," said Superintendent Barbara Malkas at Tuesday's meeting.
 
Booth, daughter of Eric and Laurie Booth of Clarksburg, holds the highest grade-point average in her class and has taken 13 Advanced Placement courses, two dual enrollment courses through Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, and a course through Berkshire Community College.
 
Malkas said she has demonstrated her strong academic stance and strong community involvement throughout high school and that she is known by her teachers as not only a student with an incredible work ethic and a desire to achieve, but also someone who genuinely loves learning and puts her all into her academic endeavors.
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