Berkshire County Senior Golf Awards Scholarship

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DALTON, Mass. -- Pairs of golfers in four divisions took home honors at Wednesday's Berkshire County Fall Senior Golf event at Wahconah Country Club.
 
Paul Briggs and Ron Carver won the Blue Gross Division with a score of 67. The Blue Net Division went to Dennis Boldyga and Robert Smith with a 59.
 
In the Green Division, the gross title went to Bill Gates and Paul Traversa. Jim Crews and Roger Prevy won the Green Net with a 58.
 
The Senior Golf program contiued Wednesday to recognize and award scholarships to junior golf players throughout the area.
 
On Wednesday, a $500 scholarship was presented to Wahconah Regional High School golfer Nicholas Salinetti.
 
The program awards six monetary awards and three junior golf memberships to young golfers throughout the fall.
 
The next Senior Golf event is Wednesday, Oct. 20, at noon at Waubeeka Golf Links in Williamstown.
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Smithsonian Coming to Sheffield

SHEFFIELD, Mass. The Smithsonian's Museum on Main Street, in cooperation with Mass Humanities, is coming to the Bushnell-Sage Library.
 
Through a partnership with the world's largest museum complex, Mass Humanities announced that Bushnell-Sage Library will join five other local Massachusetts organizations to host "Crossroads: Changes in Rural America," a traveling exhibit produced by the Smithsonian Institution's Museum on Main Street program. 
 
"The town of Sheffield, including our host site of Bushnell-Sage Library and partners including the Sheffield Historical Society, the Sheffield Senior Center, Dewey Memorial Hall, Housatonic Heritage, and many other organizations, are thrilled to welcome the Museum on Main Street (MoMs) Smithsonian tour Crossroads: Change in Rural America," said Deena Caswell, Library Director at the Bushnell-Sage Library. "We hope that Berkshire County, Western Massachusetts, and the rest of the state will join us as we showcase the rich history of Sheffield and explore the resiliency of this rural farm community."
 
"Crossroads" explores how rural American communities changed in the 20th century.
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