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From left, Rick Berti, Leo Romanos Jr. and Anne Romanos.
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Chad Alibozek receives the club championship trophy from Leo Romanos Jr.

Linger, Alibozek Win Club Titles at Forest Park

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ADAMS, Mass. -- Records were set in the men's and women's divisions of the 101st Forest Park Country Club Championship over Labor Day weekend.
 
Chad Alibozek compiled a three-day gross total of 207, bettering by two strokes the mark set by Chad Rusek in 2002, to win the men's title.
 
On the women's side, Angie Linger (175 gross) won her sixth club championship, the most in the women's division.
 
Tom Wiencek won the senior men's championship with a 156 gross.
 
The awards ceremony to close the weekend saw the men's club title named for Leo Romanos Jr.
 
Romanos won a club-record 12 championships over four decades in addition to being a long-time member of the club's board and a coordinator of club championships and other events.
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Adams Lions Club Donates $7,750 for Russell Field

By Brian RhodesiBerkshires Staff

ADAMS, Mass. — The town has accepted a $7,750 donation from the Adams Lions Club to fund the scoreboard and lighting repairs at Russell Field.

Members of the Board of Selectmen, Parks Commission and Community Development gathered at Russell Field on Friday to accept the donation. Town Administrator Jay Green said this work would not have been possible without the Lions Club's financial help.

"We've worked hard to keep these facilities in great shape and modernizing them. And sometimes costs certainly gets in our way ... That's why these partnerships and collaborations are very important. These are public facilities, and we're grateful to the Lions Club for their willingness to step in and help us out with it," Green said.

Lions Club President Art McConnell said he is happy that the club could help the town with Russell Field. He said the group tries to help the community when and where it is able to.  

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