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SHARON — Celebrating 130 years of service to the farming community and beyond, the Taghhannuck Grange in Sharon awarded its 2019 Citizen of the Year certificate at a community supper on Thursday, May 23.

The annual award recognizes a non-Granger who serves the community over a lifetime.

The truly surprised honoree this year was William Dinneen of Cornwall, who was treated to speeches describing in detail why he deserved the honor.

Mark Burdick, co-chairman of the agricultural education program at Housatonic Valley Regional High School, praised Dinneen...

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McGuire’s paintings play with local views

karaw@lakevillejournal.com

SHARON — Colleen McGuire never expected to be a resident of a rural area.
The painter, a native of Canada who always considered herself a city dweller, moved to Sharon more than a decade ago and says she now couldn’t imagine living away from the countryside — and from the rural vistas and views that are a focus of her work.
McGuire’s canvases are on display at the Hotchkiss Library of Sharon, in a solo exhibit that opened Feb. 1.

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Love in miniature at Barrington Bites

SHARON — “Cupcakes are a big deal now, and have been for two to three years,” says Barrington Bites co-owner (and Sharon resident) Wendy Weinberg.
Despite the growth in popularity of these sweet treats, Weinberg and her partner, Sherri Gorelick, prefer to keep things small.
In a miniature shop in the back of The Chef’s Shop on Railroad Street in Great Barrington, the two bakers make and sell miniature cupcakes in a massive variety of flavors.

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Historical Society celebrates valentines

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SHARON — A tradition continued on Saturday, Feb. 5, when the Sharon Historical Society hosted 16 children and seven adults for its annual Valentine’s Day Tea.
The day was divided into two parts: a Valentine-making session and a formal tea service.
The tea has been an annual highlight of late winter for the past eight or nine years, according to Sharon Historical Society Director Liz Shapiro, who planned the tea with Kathy Amiet, the children’s librarian at the Hotchkiss Library of Sharon.

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