Weekly Newsletter - January 30th, 2019
Coffee with the President,

Hello Tri-Staters! How we all doing this week? Many thanks to those of you who braved the weather last Thursday for our Annual Meeting, thank you to Noble Horizons for the space and delicious food, and BIG thanks to the students from Hotchkiss who entertained us when the meeting broke out, that was such a treat! A collage of the evening is here somewhere...

I hope everyone is happy and healthy and gearing up for NEXT WEEKEND's Jumpfest 2019! As you all know, this time of year can be quiet, and slow, and hard for so many businesses in this region. Lucky for us, the amazing men and women of  Salisbury Winter Sports Association  host the Annual JUMPFEST and Ski Jump Weekend at Satre Hill in Salisbury CT, Feb 8, 9 and 10, 2019! This two-and-a-half day(weather permitting) weekend is packed with visitors and locals alike, all out and about visiting shops and restaurants and galleries and hotels and inns and theaters and hiking trails and EVERYTHING our beautiful area has to offer! On a nice weekend this 93 year tradition can pack our small towns with thousands of people! If you've never been to the JUMPS,  next weekend you must go ! I will have more on preparation, wardrobe recommendations, and the like, in next week's newsletter. For now I recommend calling your favorite restaurant for a reservation, your favorite inn for last-minute guest accommodations, and buying tickets to everything you want to do next weekend in advance! The restaurants:

Lodging and Travel:

Retail goodies for last minute  anything  from picnic food to flask fillers (click and call for hours!):
Wassaic General Store

Jean A. Saliter
Events, Design, Photography 
860.248.5585
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Star Light Lamp Repair
Tamara Polk
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Kent, CT 06757
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Thank YOU to All of our Members,
We truly appreciate your continued support
Save the Date
Trade Secrets 2019
May 18th & 19th
Rain or Shine

Tickets go on sale April 1, 2019

How to Manage Chronic Pain without Opioids
On February 23 at 11 am , Noble Horizons physical therapists, Kaitlyn Duerr, PT, DPT and Kim Tormay OTR/L will present, “Chronic Pain Management without Opioids: Utilizing Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy for Chronic Pain Management.”  

Kim Tormay is a registered, licensed occupational therapist who uses holistic, client-centered evidence-based treatment methods. She has worked with clients aged 55 and over for almost a decade, has presented at the National Conference of the American Occupational Therapy Association and is a Certified Dementia Practitioner.   
 
Kaitlyn Duerr earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy at Fairfield University. Kaitlyn specializes in orthopedic sports medicine and individualized physical therapy; she has also taught the Noble Horizons fall prevention and balance series. Registration for this free program is requested at  www.noblehorizons.org  or 860-435-9851.
        AMANDA GOEWEY OF SALISBURY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY RECEIVES
NEW LEADERS IN BANKING AWARD


Lakeville, CT, January 23, 2019 – Salisbury Bank is pleased to announce that Amanda Goewey, Vice President, Berkshire Regional Branch Manager was chosen as one of the select few as this year’s “New Leader in Banking”.

Over the last few months, the Connecticut Bankers Association (CBA) along with Connecticut Banking magazine asked bankers throughout Connecticut to nominate their peers for the leadership award. Nominees needed to work at a CBA Member Bank, be an outstanding employee, manager, or business leader, and be making a notable impact within their bank and community.  Read more!
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The music that brings us together
Music is what feelings sound like.The Berkshires harmonize and live music resonates from venues across the region.  Infinity Music Hall & Bistro  occupies Norfolk, CT’s 1883 opera house. The restored music hall has hosts well-known artists who enliven the 300-seat theatre, including some Mezzanine seating where dinner is served during the show. This weekend, Dar Williams will take the stage! The incredible building has changed hands and undergone extensive… See our most recent Blog
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You are invited to the
Grand Opening of the
New Murphy Boyz Intergalactic Headquarters...
The Garaje Mahal!
Join us for light snacks and a champagne toast to celebrate!

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Where: The Murphy Residence
110 Richards Road
Litchfield, CT 06759

When: Friday February 1, 2019

Time: 4-6 PM

Please let us know if you can make it!!


OUR WINTER HOURS
Wednesday - Sunday: 8-5
Closed: Monday, Tuesday
 
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INTERLAKEN GIVES BACK

The Interlaken will be hosting a number of Sunday Brunch Fundraisers to benefit select local charities throughout the winter. 

On Sunday, February 3rd the Brunch will benefit WOMEN’S SUPPORT SERVICES, INC (WSS). Founded in 1981, WSS is a Domestic Violence Agency serving the Northwest corner of Connecticut and nearby New York and Massachusetts. This organization works with clients who have experienced emotional, physical, psychological or sexual violence at the hands of someone they love. All WSS services are free of charge.     

The brunch buffet menu includes waffles, made-to-order omelettes, sliced ham, bacon, sausage, spinach quiche, muffins, juice, coffee and tea. Cost is $19.95 adults; $10 for children 10 and under and children under 4 are free (plus tax & gratuity).         

Interlaken will donate $500 to WSS and also offer WSS staff and volunteers a 40% discount. The Benefit Brunch runs from 11 am to 1 pm and reservations are suggested for those who don’t want to wait!. Please come to support Women’s Support Services! For reservations, call 860-435-9878.

Watch for more news on future Brunch Fundraisers. It’s a great way for our community to say thank-you and support our wonderful volunteer organizations. 
Concerto delle Donne—The Consort of Ladies
Revolutionary Italian Vocal Music of the Late Renaissance
  
For its winter concert, Crescendo presents a solo vocal concert celebrating a unique 16 th century ensemble of professional female musicians. Performances will take place at 6 pm on February 16 at Saint James Place in Great Barrington, MA, and at 4 pm on February 17 at Trinity Church in Lakeville.
In 1580, in Ferrara, Italy, the Concerto delle Donne performed formal concerts for members of the inner circle of the Ferrara court as well as important visitors. The singers were renowned for their technical and artistic virtuosity. Most likely the first of their gender as women performing together, they revolutionized the role of women in professional music. The ensemble’s founding has been called the most important event in secular Italian music in the late 16 th century. As word spread of their work, other similar groups were founded in the powerful courts of the Medici and Orsini. 
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Finances - What your children need to know
Working in the world of banking and finance, I often get asked by parents how early is too early to teach their children about money. When should they open accounts in their child's name, should they give them access to it, or how soon is too soon to give them a debit card? First and foremost, it's really never too early to teach children about money and finances, the earlier they learn the value of money and how to manage it the better off they will be later in life. Continue Reading
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When you'd like to take a vacation, run to the gym or enjoy a quiet dinner, I'm happy to facilitate. I look forward to meeting you and your family. 
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The weather was against us last Sunday, and people were few as the procession stepped off -- but we persevered. The church did fill up as the morning progressed, and we easily had a quorum for the Annual Meeting. Did you miss it?  You can find your Annual Report HERE .
New Oral History Exhibit - at The Berkshire Museum 
Please join us for the Opening: 
Friday, February 1 at 6:00 PM
 
NAACP Oral History Project Exhibit

On View February 1 - April 30, 2019 
 
The Berkshire Museum
1350 West St.
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Gallery Opens:
5:30 PM
 
Opening Reception:
6:00 PM
This exhibit is a collaboration between the Housatonic Heritage Oral History Center at Berkshire Community College and the Berkshire County Branch of the NAACP and documents the stories of individual African Americans
in the Berkshires....     
 
PHOTO: Margaret Hart, the first student of color to graduate from North Adams State College, first African American teacher in Pittsfield. Photo, courtesy MCLA. 
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Joni 75: A Birthday Celebration
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Internship Opportunities at HVRHS Career Experience Program Unpaid Experiential Learning Program (UELP)
The Unpaid Experiential Learning Program is a CT State-sponsored and sanctioned unpaid internship
program for high school students under the age of 18. It allows them to hold unpaid internships in for-profit organizations in the community that have a significant educational benefit.

The U.S.Department of Labor and the courts have created strict criteria for legally permitting an unpaid internship in a for-profit entity. (This applies to college internships as well.) The UELP Program helps to ensure those criteria are met and creates the platform for a work-based educational experience for high school students. Non-profit and civic organizations are exempt from this criteria. The DOL does not want to inhibit volunteer or civic engagement in the community. Read More!
Help Wanted:  Young HVRHS Career Experience Internship Program seeks internship opportunities at local organizations.

HVRHS Career Experience Program is seeking to create job shadow and internship opportunities in both for-profit and non-profit organizations in the local community.

While one-day job shadows are a perfect vehicle to introduce a student to a job or career, internships are a longer-term way for our students to build skills, connect to curriculum, and establish connections in the local community with caring adults working in all kinds of careers. Read more!
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