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Another way to support education at Berkshire Hills

In his letter, Jack Spencer writes: "One way to show support of the schools is to make a contribution to the nonprofit Berkshire Hills Fund for Excellence."

To the Editor:

People are now looking at what might be done now that the renovation of Monument was defeated.

Education of kids does not stop, teachers and students still show up every day.

One way to show support of the schools is to make a contribution to the nonprofit Berkshire Hills Fund for Excellence which for ten years had been awarding grants to innovative programs in the district but never has enough funds for all the requests.

Please feel free to contact me if you want to learn more: 413-298-4742.

Jack Spencer

Stockbridge

The writer is a retired faculty member at Monument Mountain Regional High School.

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