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The latest news, spotlights on our grantees and donors, and occasional commentary about what's happening at Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and around our four-county region.

Remembering Rhoda Lubalin, Who Helped Students Pursue Careers in the Arts
By Darryl Gangloff / November 23, 2020 / General, Philanthropy
With sadness, we share that Berkshire Taconic fundholder and volunteer Rhoda Lubalin of Amenia died on Oct. 19 at the age of 98. For 30 years, her scholarship fund has supported Webutuck High School graduates who intend to study visual arts.

We're Hiring!
By Darryl Gangloff / September 11, 2020 / General
We seek a Controller to manage our finance and accounting operations, and a Grants Associate to manage the grant administration for all funds.

Your Census Response Will Impact Our Region
By Darryl Gangloff / April 7, 2020 / General
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause disruption and uncertainty in our region, we must not lose sight of the 2020 census.

Remembering Sally Berg
By Darryl Gangloff / February 26, 2020 / General
We note with sadness the death of longtime Berkshire Taconic alumni board and committee member Sally Berg.

We're Hiring!
By Darryl Gangloff / January 6, 2020 / General
Berkshire Taconic seeks a Philanthropic Services Associate to join our team.

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Berkshire Delegation Shares Budget Updates, Forecasts with Nonprofit Community at Virtual Event

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Berkshire Delegation Shares Budget Updates, Forecasts with Nonprofit Community at Virtual Event

A meeting held January 11 let nonprofit leaders air concerns and gain updates on government relief.

Remembering Virginia Stanton Smith

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Remembering Virginia Stanton Smith

BTCF mourns the death of a former board chair and cherished friend.

Tasia Cheng-Chia Wu of Berkshire School Wins $10,000 Kapteyn Prize

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Tasia Cheng-Chia Wu of Berkshire School Wins $10,000 Kapteyn Prize

The beloved music instructor has been awarded the 12th annual award for excellence in teaching.

Remembering Rhoda Lubalin, Who Helped Students Pursue Careers in the Arts

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Remembering Rhoda Lubalin, Who Helped Students Pursue Careers in the Arts

With sadness, we share that Berkshire Taconic fundholder and volunteer Rhoda Lubalin of Amenia died on Oct. 19 at the age of 98. For 30 years, her scholarship fund has supported Webutuck High School graduates who intend to study visual arts.

Poet Dan Albergotti Enjoys Productive Solitude of Clampitt Residency

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Poet Dan Albergotti Enjoys Productive Solitude of Clampitt Residency

Dan Albergotti of South Carolina is the 28th recipient of the Amy Clampitt residency, which provides poets and literary scholars with the time to focus exclusively on their work.

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