Business Briefs: Tranquil Touch Healing holding grand opening on Saturday

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ADAMS
Tranquil Touch Healing holding grand opening on Saturday

Tranquil Touch Healing will be holding a grand opening celebration on Saturday to showcase its new location at 56 Columbia St. The hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Established in 2015 by Adams native and Mildred Elley graduate Amber Chalmers, Tranquil Touch has been dedicated to the relaxation and general wellness of its clients. The grand opening will showcase several of the modalities that Tranquil Touch offers.

Information: 413-499-6742; www.tranquiltouch.net.

PITTSFIELD

Attorney to speak at Rental Housing Association meeting

Attorney Brian Shea will discuss the eviction process and other topics of interest to landlords when the Rental Housing Association of Berkshire County meets on Tuesday, Jan. 19.

The meeting takes place at 7 p.m. at Zucchini's Restaurant, 1331 North St. An optional dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. for $22.

RHABC is an organization beneficial to all landlords whether they have single rental or multiple properties. Those interested in attending or joining RHABC should call 413-499-1330.

PITTSFIELD
Dube joins Berkshire Bank Wealth Management

Kathryn S. Dube has joined Berkshire Bank as a first vice president and wealth business development leader.

She previously served as SVP of TD Bank N.A. where she was responsible for sales of wealth products and services as generating new assets. She has held progressively responsible positions in retail baking and wealth management in the Massachusetts and Connecticut markets.

Dube attended UConn, N.E. College of Finance and Bryant, and holds Series 7 and FINRA licenses.


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