Business Briefs: Amy's Cottage moving to new Williamstown location

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WILLIAMSTOWN
Amy's Cottage moving to new location at end of month

Amy's Cottage will be moving from its current location on Water Street to a new site at 39 Spring St. at the end of February.

The business is not only run day-to-day by four female employees but is also a woman-owned business that has served the community for the last 19 years.

Over those nearly two decades, Amy's Cottage has made hundreds of donations to help benefit local events, charities and sports teams in the surrounding area.

LENOX
BBPW holding young professionals mentoring

Berkshire Business and Professional Women will hold a young professionals mentoring panel discussion on Monday, March 7 at Cranwell Resort, Spa & Golf Club.

The panel will consist of Pittsfield Mayor Linda M. Tyer, Laurie Tierney of Hotel on North and Dory & Ginger; and Anne O'Neil of Your Soul Path.

Each BBPW member is asked to invite a young careerist between the ages of 21 and 35 to be their guest.

Networking takes place from 5 to 6 p.m. followed by dinner at 6. The registration and cancellation deadline is Wednesday, March 2.

Information: www.berkshirebpw.org/meeting.html.

LENOX
EduKaytion Golf program receives golf industry award

Golf 8.5, a program developed by LPGA Hall of Famer Kay McMahon's eduKaytion Golf Company in Lenox, has been named the first place recipient of the International Network of Golf Player Development Award.

The program was recognized at the 23rd annual ING Industry Press Conference during the 2016 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Fla. Golf 8.5 is an approach to learning the game of golf quickly.

EduKaytion Golf is based at Cranwell Resort. Info: edukationgolf.com.


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