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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 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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