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Parties & Openings

Nov. 11 - Chatham
PS21 Gala

Nov. 4 - Pittsfield
NAACP Awards Dinner

Oct. 29 - G. Barrington
Halloween At L'Atelier

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People, Program And Place: Berkshire Country Day School Reception At The Mount

Amy Krzanik reports from Lenox. Berkshire Country Day School in Lenox, Mass., which boasts an enrollment of 140 students in preschool through grade 9, honored its most generous supporters with a reception on Sunday, Oct. 4 at The Mount, where they enjoyed hors d’oeuvres by Kate Baldwin Food and tours of Edith Wharton’s former summer home. Over recent years, the sponsors, who include parents of current and former students as well as BCD alums, have helped the school implement new arts initiatives, balance its budget and replace its roof. Future gifts will go toward hiring and retaining teaching talent and building a new library and learning commons. Above, Paul Lindenmaier, Head of School, with Claire Naylor-Pollart, former board president.

Paige Smith Orloff, current BCD board president, with board member Stephen Boyd and realtor Nancy Kalodner; Board member and BCD alum Ted Glockner and Jen Glockner.

BCD parents Courtney Hunt and Joanne DelCarpine, who is the school’s development office coordinator; Jessica Provenz, the school’s development and campaign associate, with BCD parents Bridget and Dean Wotkiewich.

Writer Paige Smith Orloff with husband John Orloff and Paul Lindenmaier; BCD parents Natalie Johnsonius Neubert and David Neubert.

BCD parents Eric Korenman and Marianna Poutasse; board treasurer Christopher Ferrone with new board member and alum Scott Schiff and Stephen Boyd.

Pia Norton, the school’s director of admissions, with Arthur Cape; Paul Lindenmaier speaks to supporters about the school’s plans for the future.

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