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FALLS VILLAGE — It’s definitely the holiday season when the agriculture education wing of Housatonic Valley Regional High School fills up with students, parents, alumni and the scent of pine.

Thursday, Nov. 30, was the first production night, where wreaths are assembled for sale in the FFA Holiday Sale during December. The second production night is Wednesday, Dec. 6, 7 p.m.

In The Lakeville Journal’s annual check-in with North Canaan’s Wayne Jenkins, Class of 1962, he looked to be in mid-season form, calmly attaching pine boughs to a metal wreath...

Falls Village

Ready for splishing and splashing June 24

FALLS VILLAGE — Taylor Hurley, aquatics director at the Falls Village pool, defined the mission: Pull everything out of storage, and clean it.
At noon on Saturday, June 17, a crew including Hurley and lifeguards Hayley Kozlowski, Ryan Nugent, Amanda Jacquier, Ashley DeMazza and Nick Boyden (with his children, Birdie and Hoyt), began the tedious but necessary process of getting the pool ready for opening day, Saturday, June 24.
Other volunteers arrived while the furniture was being brought out.

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Wishing and hoping to change town’s name

FALLS VILLAGE — Falls Village is, officially, the Town of Canaan.
The town that is commonly referred to as Canaan is, officially, the Town of North Canaan.
The United States Postal Service refers to North Canaan as Canaan (ZIP code 06018) and Canaan as Falls Village (ZIP code 06031).
The Falls Village (officially Canaan) website is www.canaanfallsvillage.org. The Canaan (officially North Canaan) website is www.northcanaan.org.
And the towns share a telephone exchange: 824.
Confused yet?

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Seven will leave LHK and spread their wings

FALLS VILLAGE — Lee H. Kellogg Schoool Principal Jennifer Law sent off her last batch of graduates on the rainy evening of Monday, June 19. About 100 people gathered in the community room at the Lee H. Kellogg School to watch the seven eighth-graders cross the stage.
Law announced earlier this month that she will retire at the end of this year.

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Law to step down as head at LHK

FALLS VILLAGE —  Jennifer Law, the principal of the Lee H. Kellogg School (LHK) in Falls Village, informed the Board of Finance and Board of Selectmen that she is resigning for health reasons.
Law’s letter, dated June 12, was read into the record at the regular monthly meetings of both boards on Monday, June 12.
Both boards formally expressed their gratitude for Law’s work at the school over the last four years.

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Kirby kicks off summer lectures with Amesville history

FALLS VILLAGE  — On June 6, author, geologist and historian Ed Kirby spoke about “Amesville, Horatio Ames and the Ames Brothers” in the first of four First Tuesday at 7 summer lectures at the South Canaan Meetinghouse.
Horatio Ames was a big name in the Salisbury iron industry and was especially known for his cannons. He owned puddling furnaces in the area along the Housatonic River known as Amesville, where he made a number of iron products, including locomotive tires and axles.

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Triplets are top three in class of 2017

FALLS VILLAGE — The top three students in the Housatonic Valley Regional High School Class of 2017 have a very special relationship: They’re triplets. 
Kyra, Mari and Eve Cullerton are, respectively, valedictorian, salutatorian and third in the class.

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Traditional dancers bring extra jingle to Northwest Corner

FALLS VILLAGE — The jingling of small bells could be heard all down Main Street in Falls Village on Saturday, June 10, as the morris men performed their final dance of the day. 

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HVRHS golf team closes out its season

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Regional golf team finished the season at 5-11 in the Berkshire League and 5-13 overall.  They played their home matches at both Sharon Country Club and Canaan Country Club. Co-captain Zach Ongley and freshman Mason Weigold qualified for the Berkshire League Tournament. Other members of the varsity are senior co-captain Matthew Labbadia, seniors Justin Gregory and Elliot Gabrielson and sophmore Holden Marks.

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Housatonic student of the week

The Lakeville Journal congratulates the honorees of the student of the week program at Housatonic Valley Regional High School. 
 
FALLS VILLAGE — One of the magical moments of spring is the emergence of tulips. Forgotten during the year, they nudge their way from the humus and blossom in the most surprising colors. A few minutes with senior Angela Tabor provide the same sorts of revelations: This quiet, unassuming young woman contains a universe of unexpected experiences. 

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Region One musical seniors honored at spring concert

FALLS VILLAGE — The Housatonic Valley Regional High School music department took a small departure from its norm last week when it held the spring concert on the Wednesday rather than the Friday following Memorial Day. Six ensembles performed on the night of Wednesday, May 31, and various awards were handed out to the department’s seniors.

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