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Constance "Connie" (Alfriend) Peterson Obituary and Memorial Service

Past Chair of Paddling Committee

Daily Hampshire Gazette:
http://m.legacy.com/obituaries/gazettenet/obituary.aspx?n=constance-pete...

Her memorial will take place Dec. 10, at 1:30 p.m. at the new Hitchcock Center for the Environment, 845 West St., Amherst.

Donations in her memory can be made to Oxfam and Heifer International.

Volunteers Needed! Wood Day at Noble View

Wood Day at Noble View -- Saturday, December 10, 2016, 9 am to 4 pm.

Come to Noble View and help with splitting and stacking this year's firewood.
THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT TO PREPARE THE COTTAGES FOR WINTER!
"Burning wood for heat warms you twice. Once in the gathering and once when you burn it."

Delicious hot lunch of chili or stew will be provided along with cocoa and coffee.

Date: 
Saturday, December 10, 2016 -
9:00am to 4:00pm

Berkshire Chapter Seeking Nominees for Executive Committee

The Berkshire Chapter Executive Committee is the top level of chapter leadership, representing all the committees that keep our chapter moving. Joining the Executive Committee is an excellent opportunity to lead an area you’re passionate about and help guide the chapter’s activities.

Nominees for 2017 Executive Committee

This year's Executive Committee nominees are as follows:

Officers
Chair: Jan Alicia Nettler
Vice-chair: Martin Mahoney
Secretary: Roger Beer
Treasurer: Jane Glushik

Committee Chairs
Appalachian Trail: Jim Pelletier
Family Programs: Margo Chapski
Membership/Social: Bess Dillman
Mountaineering co-chairs: Ingrid Nelson, Jim Van Natta
Outings/Hiking: Kathy Martin
Young Members: Nicole Dewberry

Webmaster: Evan Yeadon
Berkshire Exchange Publisher: Nate Szymanski

The Berkshire Exchange Newsletter, Fall 2016

Our Latest Issue:
2016: Fall

(CLICK TO READ)

Family Fall Foliage Hike - Saturday, October 22nd

Calling all families! Fall Foliage is here, let's go take a look!

Join us for a family-friendly, short hike to the Lookout Tower on Mt. Sugarloaf near Sunderland, MA.

The sun will be warm and the trees in foliage color as we hike about 2 miles round-trip, to the Lookout Tower and back. This is an easy, family-friendly hike. This is also the last day that the tower is open for the year. And restrooms... oh, what a relief! After the hike, those who choose can head over to nearby Mike’s Maze for more fun or snacks!

Berkshire Bash (Annual Meeting) Tickets Now Available

Tickets are now available for this year's Berkshire Bash.

Please join all Berkshire Chapter members and friends at our annual dinner meeting! The 2016 Berkshire Bash takes place on Saturday, November 5, at the Summit View in Holyoke. Tickets are $20 each, and admission includes a buffet dinner and our featured speaker, Ed Webster. There will be a cash bar. We will also have a short business meeting with the election of our Executive Committee members for the coming year.

Ed Webster to speak at this year's Berkshire Bash

We're excited to announce that award-winning mountaineer and author Ed Webster will be the speaker at this year's Berkshire Bash - our chapter's annual meeting and dinner. The 2016 Berkshire Bash will take place the evening of Saturday, November 5, at the Summit View in Holyoke. Please save the date, and watch out for further details and ticket information in September.

WEST RIVER PADDLE, HIKE AND FARMHOUSE! Sept 23-26 (2016)

- Join us for our ANNUAL WEST RIVER PADDLE & HIKE FARMHOUSE WEEKEND!

Why not stay high and dry 20 minutes away from Jamaica, VT in the charming "Inn Hoch" N. Landgrave Farmhouse. For over 30 years the Berkshire AMC has rented this charming farmhouse near the West River for great times, excellent food and fine friendly folks. Paddle the West River on Saturday (Sunday paddling still a "Q") and hike the nearby AT on Sunday.*
Arrive Friday nite and stay thru Sunday. Our Oh-So-Reasonable Price includes:

Date: 
Friday, September 23, 2016 - 10:00am to Monday, September 26, 2016 - 10:00am

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