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KENT — Summer is the season of warm weather, sunshine and, of course, fresh local produce. 

In Litchfield County, agriculture is still a way of life for some families, and the fresh fruits and vegetables they grow grace farmstands that range from roadside tables to elaborate buildings to actual stores.

Yet despite the abundance of locally grown fare, many people are not taking advantage of what farms have to offer, opting for the grocery store instead of farmers  markets for their weekly food shopping.

Abigail LaFontan wants to know why this is the...

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Geo-whiz Rhys Snyder

karaw@lakevillejournal.com

KENT — Kent Center School eighth-grader Rhys Snyder won the school’s geography bee on Monday, Jan. 10.
Rhys was the last one standing out of a group of 12 students — the four finalists from classroom competitions in grades six, seven and eight.
The 13-year-old has always had an interest in geography and history.
“I like learning how things work, and how we lived in the past and how things are done now,” he said.
Rhys is a well-rounded student, but his favorite subject is math — though he seems to be doing just fine with his other subjects as well.

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Jumping for joy — and healthy hearts

karaw@lakevillejournal.com

KENT — The gymnasium at Kent Center School was filled with jumping and laughing children on the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 4. Students in grades two through six were there participating in the Jump Rope for Heart program sponsored by the American Heart Association.
The program, which coordinates events at any school that is interested, is aimed at both raising money and spreading awareness about heart disease. The 150 children who participated at the Kent Center School event had the option of raising funds or simply participating for fun.

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