Berkshire Historical Society Seeking Public Input

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire County Historical Society (BCHS) is asking the community to participate in an online survey to help shape its strategic plan. 
 
"The world has changed a lot over the past few years, and now is a good time to look at what BCHS is doing, what our community's needs are, and how we can move forward to best meet those needs," said Executive Director Lesley Herzberg.
 
The brief, anonymous survey is available on the BCHS website at https://berkshirehistory.org/2022-community-survey/; a link to the survey can also be requested by writing melville@berkshirehistory.org. Those participating in the survey will be entered into a drawing for a hat or t-shirt from the museum shop.
 
BCHS is currently in the process of updating its strategic plan that will guide the organization over the next several years. 
 
"The Berkshire County Historical Society wants to serve our community as best we can and in as many ways as we can," BCHS President Cynthia Brown added. "Without community support, we would not be here. We hope that people will complete the survey in large numbers, contributing to this important strategic planning process by sharing their thoughts and ideas with us. On behalf of the Board of Directors, in advance, thank you to all those who complete the survey."

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