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Salisbury Central School students presented “Kids On Broadway,” created by Michael Berkeley and Darcy Boynton, Nov. 17 and 18. The large cast (25 students) sang and danced to 22 songs from Broadway shows. The show was a production of SOAR, the after-school enrichment program at Salisbury Central.

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All we are is dust in the wind: Monks visit IMS

cynthiah@lakevillejournal.com

LAKEVILLE — Students at Indian Mountain School were visited last week by two monks from the Namgyal Monastery in Ithaca, N.Y. The monks spent two and a half days, from Feb. 21 to 23, using colored sand to construct a mandala in the conference room of the school’s Upper Campus on Indian Mountain Road.
The two monks, Tenzin Thutop and Tenzin Choklhang, constructed the Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara) mandala, which symbolizes compassion.
After they completed the exquisitely detailed design, the monks performed a dismantling ceremony.

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Salisbury School hosts New England Class A Squash Championships

SALISBURY — Salisbury School hosted the Boys’ Class A Division Championships of the 58th Annual New England Interscholastic Squash Association over the weekend of Feb. 25-27.
The winner of this year’s A Division Championships was Taft School, with second place going to Westminster School. Each of these teams features internationally recognized junior players from Egypt.
Salisbury School finished eighth in the tournament, its best finish in history.

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Adjustments to SCS classes as board eyes budget

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SALISBURY — The Board of Education’s proposed budget for the 2011-12 calls for an increase in spending at Salisbury Central School (SCS) of 2.63 percent over this year’s budget.
The proposal was made public at the board’s regular monthly meeting Monday, Feb. 28.
The proposed spending total for 2011-12 at SCS is $4,747,905, up $121,745 from this year.
The budget proposal anticipates a drop in high school tuition. The total regional tuition (which includes the high school, Pupil Services and the regional office) is down $31,644 (1.05 percent) to $2,991,037.

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Joyous music soared to the rafters at Open Recital

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SALISBURY — There was something happening this weekend that did not involve snow and skiing — the Open Recital of area music students on Feb. 27.
A good crowd came to the Congregational Church to hear the performers run through a wide variety of musical styles and to celebrate 30 years of the annual recital.
Pianist Helena Seo played Mozart’s C Minor, Fantasy K. 396 without a hitch; The Hotchkiss School Vocal Ensemble, directed by Laurie Ellington, sang three selections, and the LaVa Trio (Elijah Stone, Darby Craig and Kayo Wiggins) performed two original rock pieces.

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Hearing supports special permits for lake houses

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SALISBURY — The public hearing on the proposed change to the town’s zoning regulations for expanding lakefront homes continued before the Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday, Feb. 15.
The zoning text amendment, which began life last year as a petition from the Lake Wononscopomuc Association, would prohibit expansion of non-conforming homes in the Lake Protection Overlay Zone (which extends to 300 feet from the water) and eliminate the special permit process that currently governs such properties.

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Open Recital welcomes new and old students Feb. 27

SALISBURY — The Salisbury Congregational Church will host the 30th annual Open Recital of Area Music Students on Sunday, Feb. 27. The recital, scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. in the parish hall, will feature 15 performances from students in grades kindergarten through 12. This year, a program highlight will be performances by former students who took part in recitals over the past three decades.

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This week at Satre Hill Junior Olympians take their turn at jump

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Salisbury — The 2011 U.S. Junior Olympics in ski jumping and Nordic combined, hosted by the Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA), began Feb. 22 and will continue to Feb. 26.
A parade featuring the Olympic torch and the competing athletes was held Tuesday evening, Feb. 22, from the town Green in front of The White Hart. After traveling to the Scoville Memorial Library, the flame was lit in the cauldron.

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Competitor Bliss is the first to take home the SWSA trophy since 2003

SWSA Jumpfest 2011: A weekend dominated by Bliss

SALISBURY — Each February, the town of Salisbury gears up for a weekend of ski jumping at Satre Hill, often the biggest event of the winter season.
This time, though, preparations began in April 2010, when the Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA) began construction on a new steel ski jump to replace the vintage and somewhat rickety construction that had served the town for more than eight decades.

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Episcopal church mission brings water to Hondurans

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LIME ROCK — Residents of a remote Honduran village will soon have better access to water, thanks in part to Trinity Episcopal Church in Lime Rock.
The Rev. Heidi Truax and Marian and Slava Browning are teaming up with 12 members of Trinity Southport for the mission, leaving Feb. 20 and returning Feb. 26.
Truax has extensive experience with this type of outreach, and even spent a school year (2008-09) in Honduras.

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Ice sculptors didn’t move as quickly as ski jumpers, but they entertained nevertheless

SALISBURY — Twelve carvers (seven professional and five amateur), competed in the annual Salisbury Winter Sports Association ice carving competition Saturday, Feb. 12, during Jumpfest weekend.
This year’s venue changed. The carvers used to wield their saws and picks on the Green in front of The White Hart Inn. On Saturday, they created their iced art on the snow-covered lawn in front of the Scoville Memorial Library.
Officials Andy Tabak and Pieter Lefferts had the difficult task of judging a talented group. The results:

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