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Clarksburg's Colby Gelinas celebrates his won on Sunday in Soutwick.

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SOUTHWICK, Mass. -- Three Berkshire County residents brought home first-place trophies from last weekend's P27 Offroad racing event.
Clarksburg's Colby Gelinas continued his successful season with his first event title in the PeeWee Senior class.
Gelinas has been racing since 2018 and was a consistent top five finisher all last year. This spring, he had a second- and a third-place finish in three events heading into Sunday's races.
Also taking first on Sunday were Adams' Tanner Senecal and Clarksburg's Kyle Rougeau.
Senecal took home his second straight first-place finish in the A 200 class.
Rougeau, racing in the Junior B class and the Big Wheel class, took first in the former and second in the latter. Earlier this month, Rougeau was first in Big Wheel and second in Junior B in an event in Coeymans Hollow, N.Y.
The regional P27 Offroad tour continues with races June 4 and 5 in North Pownal, Vt.
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Goodwill Makes Promotions

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Goodwill Industries of the Berkshires and Southern Vermont announced the promotions of Karen Harrington to director of retail operations, northern territory, and Mary Killeen to the position of director of finance.
Harrington is the manager of Goodwill's retail store in Bennington, Vermont, a position she has held since 2015. She oversees operations at Goodwill's store in North Adams and Rutland and is a member of the team working on the July reopening of Goodwill's flagship store in Pittsfield. Prior to joining Goodwill, she was employed at the Bennington Museum for 22 years, including 16 years as administrative assistant to the executive director, followed by six years as manager of the museum's gift shop.
Harrington attended Southern Vermont College and is a Bennington native. She resides there with her husband Tim, 13 chickens, two ducks and a Labrador retriever. She has two grown children, three grown stepchildren, and ten grandchildren.
Killeen, a Pittsfield native and resident, joined Goodwill in 2020 as its senior accountant. With a B.S. in business administration from Stonehill College and many years of accounting experience, she brings expertise in accounting principles and best practices to Goodwill's administrative team. In her new role as director of finance, Killeen will oversee all the day-to-day financial aspects of Goodwill's operations, as well as short- and long-term planning for the nonprofit organization.
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