Adams Community Bank Hires Senior Vice President of Retail Banking

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ADAMS, Mass. — Barbara Guido appointed as Adams Community Bank Senior Vice President of Retail Banking.
Charles P. O’Brien, President and CEO of Adams Community Bank announced that Barbara Guido joined the bank as its Senior Vice President of Retail Banking.
In her role with the bank, Guido will oversee the bank’s Retail branches.
"Barb comes to us with a diverse retail banking background and has developed banking practices to encourage collaboration across business lines, increase product awareness and customer education," O’Brien said. "Her broad experience positions her well to work with our staff and lead them to serve as trusted financial advisors to our customers by customizing banking solutions to help them achieve their financial goals."
Guido previously served as First Vice President and Regional Branch Manager for Berkshire Bank. 
"I am very pleased to welcome Barb to the Adams Community Bank family," O’Brien said. "Her 17 years of retail banking experience will be an invaluable addition in our efforts to further grow and deepen both retail and commercial customer relationships."
Guido said she is excited to join the executive team at Adams Community Bank and to help expand the bank’s deposit base. 
"I am thrilled to join a strong mutual bank with such a focus on its clients, customer
service, and the Berkshire community," she said.
Guido holds a B.B.A. in Management/Marketing from North Georgia College and State University.
She serves on the Board of the Berkshire United Way and is an active volunteer at other local non- profits in the Berkshires.
A resident of Pittsfield, Guido will be based in Adams and can be reached at 413-749-1120.

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Adams Altering Two Precincts to Reflect Changes in Population

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
ADAMS, Mass. — The Selectmen last week voted to alter Precincts 2 and 3 to better match population. This won't change the number of town meeting members but it will change the voting precinct for one.
Town Clerk Haley Meczywor presented new Census data to the board Wednesday and said with a decrease of 299 residents over a 10-year period, the state has recommended that the town change the borders of the two precincts.
"In order to make our precincts as equal as possible, the state is recommended that we make a minor change from Precinct 3 to Precinct 2," she said.
The last Census was done in 2010. Then, the population count was 8,485. In 2020, the count was 8,166 — a 299 decrease. 
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