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Williamstown, Lenox Soccer Clubs Dominate Tournament

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LENOX, Mass. -- Host Lenox and the Williamstown Youth Soccer Club each took home three titles from Saturday's Berkshire County Youth Soccer League Spring Tournament at Lenox Memorial Middle and High School.
 
Williamstown squads earned championships in the Boys B-Cup division for grades 5 and 6, the Girls MTOC division for grades 5 and 6 and the Boys MTOC division for grades 7 and 8.
 
Lenox teams were victorious in the Girls B-Cup for grades 5 and 6, the Boys B-Cup for grades 7 and 8 and the Girls division for grades 7 and 8.
 
The seventh division winner came from Berkshire HIlls, which took home the Boys MTOC division for grades 5 and 6.
 
Teams from Adams, Dalton, Huntington and Pittsfield also competed in the day long event.
 
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Frank Lloyd Wright Subject of Ventfort Hall Tuesday & Tea Talk

LENOX, Mass. — Author and historian René Silvin will speak via Zoom at Ventfort Hall Mansion & Gilded Age Museum on Tuesday, July 5 at 4 p.m. as part of the summer 2022 series of Tuesday Tea & Talks.
 
He will present Frank Lloyd Wright's "The Dramatic Life of America's Most Controversial and Creative Architect" using more than 200 pictures and videos to give a modern context to Wright's story, followed by tea. 
 
Wright is the inventor of "organic architecture" and the open plan for family life. He designed more than 1,000 structures including homes, office buildings, churches and museums: most notably Fallingwater and the Guggenheim Museum of art.
 
According to the press release, Frank Lloyd Wright has been called the greatest American architect of the first half of the Twentieth Century.  
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