Berkshire County librarian will compete on 'Jeopardy'

July 11, 2019 10:30 AM

A Berkshire County librarian will put her knowledge to the test Thursday evening on "Jeopardy."

NewsChannel 13’s partners at The Berkshire Eagle report Kirsten Rose of Williamstown will make her debut on the quiz show.    


She got the call that she would be on the show in March and she flew out to California for the taping.    

Rose plans to watch tonight with a few of her friends.


WNYT staff

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