50 years ago today
CLARKSBURG -- Six awards were made at the monthly meeting of Cub Scout Pack 62 held last night at the Briggsville School. Wolf badges were presented by Cubmaster Forrest Sherman to David Ross and David Young, Bobcat pins went to David Bissaillon, Robert Wright and Dennis Whitney, and a silver arrow point went to James Coty. NORTH ADAMS -- Raymond Luczynski Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Luczynski of 5 Loftus St., has been promoted to private first class at Fort Jackson, S.C. He enlisted June 25 last year for a three-year term under the Choice Not Chance Program. He received his basic training at Fort Dix, N.J., then transferred to Fort Jackson.
25 years ago today
NEW ASHFORD -- Last summer Bonnie Haig took a much-loved hobby she took up three years ago and turned it into a profitable business. She is the owner of New Ashford Basketry, located on Route 7, a home-based shop which sells handwoven baskets of all shapes, sizes and colors. She also gives workshops on basket making.
NORTH ADAMS -- Cpl. Tina Corbosiero, daughter of Donald and Patricia Corbosiero of 215 River St., was laterally appointed from Specialist Four to Corporal Feb. 18. She received her Sp. 4 designation in October of 1986. She entered the Army Aug. 5, 1985 and received Basic Training at Fort Jackson, S.C. Cpl. Corbosiero is presently stationed in Europe.
10 years ago today
STAMFORD, Vt. -- Air Force Airman Stacy Rondeau, daughter of Brenda Rondeau of Bushika Road, has graduated from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization, military customs and courtesies and special training in human relations.
ADAMS -- In Adams Little League action, Dufour Tours defeated Adams Co-op, 19-7. Mike Davis picked up the win on the mound. Craig Eggleston had three hits, all doubles. Justin Pelczynski had four hits, including a triple and Brian Cota had his first Little League hit. For Adams, Chris Burdick took the loss on the mound. Burdick led the offense with three hits, while Matt Freitag and Tyler Herlihy each had their first Little League hits.