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COLEBROOK — Colebrook Congregational Church’s community food pantry is looking for donations in order to help serve those in need in the community.

The food pantry has been supplying families in need with fresh and nonperishable food since 2015. 

The church has recently received a grant for renovations from the Colebrook Associates to create a more efficient storage space for the pantry. 

Pastor Jeffrey Smith said the pantry can always use donations.

“We can always use spaghetti, sauce, apple sauce, canned fish, meat, tuna, ham,...

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Colebrook artists take part in studio tour

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COLEBROOK — Three Colebrook artists participated in the Open Your Eyes studio tour held on Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26. A total of 35 artists took part in the event, which opened artists studios to the general public.

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Rock School Day, 2011

COLEBROOK — June 15 saw the annual reenactment of a day’s activities in a one-room schoolhouse during the mid-19th century, with a visit to the Rock School by third-graders from Colebrook Consolidated School.
The tradition was initiated in 1972, after the 1779 structure was moved from in front of its namesake glacial boulder to a location directly across the road. Basically, the move was made to remove the old school from private property onto land belonging to the Colebrook Historical Society.

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Colebrook man wants to ARM artists with more rights

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COLEBROOK — Town resident Steve Lehman, a photographer and conceptual artist, is trying to get people to fight for their artistic rights.
Lehman is the organizer for the local branch of the Artists’ Rights Movement (ARM), a national organization dedicated to improving artists’ rights of ownership over their works.
ARM has more than 30 branches in 16 states with three branches in Connecticut.
Lehman said artists include anyone who creates art — painters, writers, photographers, filmmakers, musicians and online artists.

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