BERKSHIRES
Ex-Sweetwood director named Vermont health delegate

Susan Anair, who served as executive director of Sweetwood Transitional Care and Living Centers in Williamstown from 2011-13, has been named to represent Vermont in the 13th annual Future Leaders of Long Term Care in America program.

The year-long program begins with a symposium in Washington D.C. Sept. 21-23.

Anair is currently administrator of Southwestern Vermont Health Care's Centers for Living and Rehabilitation.

PITTSFIELD
Berkshire Theatre Group receives $29,000 MCC grant

The Berkshire Theatre Group has received a $29,000 grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council Cultural Investment Portfolio.

The CIP provides unrestricted general operating support grants and project support grants to nonprofit organizations that provide public programs in the arts, sciences and humanities in Massachusetts.

LENOX
Acupuncturist, psychotherapist join forces

Louisa Weeden, a licensed mental health counselor, recently opened a new office at New Dawn Healing Arts, 25 Franklin St. Acupuncturist Dawn Meltzer opened New Dawn Healing Arts in 2004.

Information: Dawn Meltzer, 413 637-9993, newdawnhealing@gmail.com; Louisa Weeden, louisaweeden.com; louisaweeden@gmail.com; 413 822-6802.


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DALTON

1Berkshire bringing back pitch camp event to Central Station

1Berkshire will hold a pitch camp event from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Sept. 27 at Central Station. The event will aid start-ups and entrepreneurs for perfecting sales pitches. Information: David Curtis, 499-1600.