MCLA Athletics Golf Classic Returns

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The MCLA Athletics Golf Classic will make its return Monday, Aug. 2 at Berkshire Hills Country Club in Pittsfield after a one year absence due to the pandemic. 
 
The Golf Classic serves as a major fundraiser for the College's Athletics Department. Over the years, the Classic has netted more than $40,000 in funds to support the MCLA's student-athletes. 
 
Jointly hosted by the offices of Institutional Advancement and Athletics, this year's event will honor 2020 and 2021 senior student-athletes, who either had significant portions of their season cut short or were unable to begin their season as a result of the pandemic. 
 
The format for the event is an 18-hole scramble, and the entry cost includes greens fees, golf cart rental, lunch, a tee gift, raffle tickets, and prizes. 
 
Those interested in signing up for or sponsoring the event may do so at this link: https://lnk.mcla.edu/golfclassic 
 
Please contact Assistant Athletics Director Jeff Puleri at j.puleri@mcla.edu with any questions. 
 
This year's President's Club Title Sponsor of the Golf Classic is MountainOne Bank. Leadership-level sponsors of the event include Petri Contracting, Adams Community Bank, Alton & Westall Real Estate Agency, Casella Waste System, Inc., and ARAMARK Eastern Region. 
 
Additional event sponsors include: Berkshire Bank Foundation; Cutillo Communications LLC; D.A. Sullivan & Sons, Inc.; EDM Services, Inc.; Greylock Federal Credit Union; J.H. Maxymillian, Inc.; Sawyer, LLC; George Apkin and Sons, Inc.; Adams Plumbing & Heating; Interprint, Inc.; M&W Heating Inc.; Becks Printing Company; Blue Moon Industries Inc.; Boston Seafood Restaurant; Angelina's Sub Shop North Adams; Gajda, Arnold & McConnell, PC; Very Good Property Development; Bob Ziomek '89; MacFarlane Office Products, Inc.; and Maselli & Field.   
 
 
 

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NA Housing Authority Closes Balconies, Sets Structural Survey

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
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Executive Director Jennifer Hohn asked the commissioners Monday to consider the actions out of an abundance of caution in light of the recent condominium collapse in the state of Florida.
 
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