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Two join Goggins
NORTHAMPTON — Julie Rosten and Jamie Fallon have joined Goggins Real Estate.
Rosten has lived locally for the past 18 years with her two daughters and has been involved in the community.
Fallon comes from a sales and financial background. He lives locally with his wife and young daughter.
Three team up
NORTHAMPTON — Three businesswomen, Janice Beetle, Ruth Griggs and Maureen Scanlon, recently formed The Creative, offering strategic marketing, messaging and design services.
Beetle runs Beetle Press of Easthampton; Griggs is the principal of RC Communications of Northampton; and Scanlon is the principal of Murre Creative of Florence.
The trio specializes in working with nonprofits. For more information, contact Beetle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-374-6239.
Bistro, pro shop open
at Belchertown club
BELCHERTOWN — Bistro 21 recently opened at Cold Spring Country Club, offering golfers lunch and dinner
Restauranteur and manager Chris Brunelle manages the restaurant. He also owns Pinocchio’s Restaurant in Palmer.
The country club recently began construction of a banquet facility and a residential development on the hillside.
Cold Spring is a semi-private 18-hole golf course. The new Pro Shop is headed up by PGA professional Mark Klotz.
RE/MAX Hill & Valley welcomes Lapinski
NORTHAMPTON — Jessica Lapinski of Florence has joined Kathy Borawski’s real estate team at RE/MAX Hill & Valley in Northampton. She previously worked for Trailside Realty, which closed in March.
Lapinski has been a real estate agent in the Pioneer Valley for over 12 years and is the mother of two teenage sons. She is active in the local arts community and was the founder and creative overseer of the now-closed Trailside Gallery.
Burr retires from
NORTHAMPTON — Douglas Burr, vice president for marketing at Florence Savings Bank is retiring after many years with the institution. Burr has been the point person for the bank with respect to community organizations like the United Way, nonprofits, Cooley Dickinson Hospital and libraries. Coworkers held a surprise farewell party for him May 2 that drew many people from the community.
Amherst computer firm adds technician
AMHERST — Ed Drummond of Williamsburg has joined Green Earth Computers as a technician.
Drummond, 29, worked at Staples in Northampton and North Adams in its EasyTech division and owned Drummond Computer Consulting in the Berkshires from 1998 to 2013.
He attended Berkshire Community College and the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.
Green Earth Computers was founded in 2009 and offers on-site and drop-off computer repair services as well as remote assistance. The business promotes sustainability and so also offers computer recycling services.
Callahan, Wrzesinski join real estate firm
NORTHAMPTON — Gene Callahan and Kathy Wrzesinski have joined The Murphys Realtors at their 44 Conz Street office.
Callahan has 34 years’ experience and does both commercial and residential real estate. Wrzesinski has 16 years’ experience. They work together as a team.