Pittsfield:

Yantovsky accepted
to Leadership Program

Leonid "Leo" Yantovsky, who works at the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank’s branch on Dalton Avenue, has been accepted into the Berkshire Leadership Program.

The program, established in 1997, is currently run by the Berkshire Chamber of Commerce. Its goal is to seek, prepare and sustain leaders for the Berkshires.

A native of Ukraine, Yantovsky is a 2005 graduate of Pittsfield High School. He also graduated from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst’s Isenberg School of Management with a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2010.

He joined the Co-op in 2012 as a teller and also serves as a volunteer at the Berkshire Immigrant Center.

The 2014 Berkshire Leadership Program begins March 28-29 with a retreat at Jiminy Peak Resort in Hancock.

Berkshires:

‘Tricks of the Trade’ seminars to be held

The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and the Berkshire Cultural Resource Center in cooperation with Berkshire Creative will be holding three "Tricks of the Trade" sessions this week that will explore ways to sustain and grow the creative economy.

The first seminar, "The Creative Economy-Advocacy" will be held on Tuesday at IS183 Art School in Stockbridge. It will be followed by "The Creative Economy-Economic Impact" on Wednesday at the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts in Pittsfield.


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The third session, "The Creative Economy: Education Training" will be held Thursday at Gallery 51 in North Adams.

The free seminars begin at 6 p.m. and are open to the public.

Information: (413) 664-8718.

Boston:

Unclaimed property list to be published

The state Treasurer’s Office has released the latest tally of names that were added to the state’s unclaimed property list over the last six months.

More than 45,000 new properties in excess of $100 million combined are owed to individuals and businesses.

Unclaimed property includes forgotten savings and checking accounts, un-cashed checks, insurance policy proceeds, stocks, dividends, and contents of unattended safe deposit boxes. Most accounts are considered "abandoned" and turned over to the Treasury after three years with no activity.

The full list was published in The Boston Globe today, and
in the Boston Herald on Sunday, March 9. The full list will also be published in 30 other regional papers, while a partial geographically segregated listing will be published in 19 local papers.