50 years ago today
WILLIAMSTOWN -- James Parker and Mrs. Norton Cushman won the boys’ and girls’ divisions respectively of the tennis clinic sponsored by the Williamstown Community Association. Both winners won their final matches in straight sets. Parker defeated Roger White and Mrs. Cushman defeated Ellen Riorden. WILLIAMSTOWN -- The first week of resident camp at the Boy’s Club summer camp on Northwest Hill ended yesterday with 32 boys in attendance. Camper of the Week was Michael Cushman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norton Cushman of Sweetbrook Road. Other awards were as follows: Arts and crafts: Thomas Moore, Earl Brown, Steve Lewis, John Dow, William Peck and Thomas O’Brien; and Air rifles: John Dow, Gary Dow and William Peck.
25 years ago today
CHESHIRE -- Air National Guard Airman Mark Gaskalka, son of Raymond and Shirley Gaskalka of 1313 Windsor Road, has graduated from the U.S. Air Force personnel specialist course at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Graduates of the course learned how to prepare personnel reports and records, and earned credits toward an associates degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force.
NORTH ADAMS -- Michael LaCasse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest LaCasse of 557 Church St., will be among students who will be featured in the 22nd annual edition of "Who’s Who Among American High School Students" for 1987-1988. He will be a senior at Drury Senior High School in the fall.
10 years ago today
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Four Berkshire County high school students have been selected to participate in a month-long research program in the biology department at Williams College. Alexander Kopynec and Aaron Souza of Mount Greylock Regional High School, Hannah Noel of Drury High School and Christopher Anello of Taconic High School.
ADAMS -- The women’s member-guest tournament was held at Forest Park County Club on July 12. The tandem of Bev Lewis and Judy Lepel won the gross with 78. Gail Lesure and Deb Meridel with 54.4 won the net. Second gross were Karen Hessler and Kerry Wandrei with 79 and second in the net were Ginny Fuller and Carol Smith with 60.