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SHARON — The town of Sharon has refused to let go of summer and was awarded a gold medal Saturday, Sept. 23, for the ever-more-popular car show at Christ Church Episcopal. 

Twenty cars assembled on the grassy roadside across from the church. They ranged in age from a 1912 Stanley Steamer to a 1969 Porsche. 

Every entry was a significant and interesting part of automotive history. 

A standout was Sam Posey’s 1955 Mercedes Benz 300sl Gullwing brought by his son, John. 

Bill Braislin’s 1948 Mercury convertible and Brad and...

Lakeville Journal Sports

Bridge Scores

SHARON — There were six full tables for duplicate bridge on July 19 at St. Bernard’s Church in Sharon. The average score was 60. 
For North South pairs, in first with 74.5 points (62.08 percent) were Pat Konecky and Bob Putz; in second with 68 points (56.67 percent) were Stephen Feld and Peter Hollander, and in third with 63.5 points (52.97 percent) were Emily and Billy Saster. 

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Everyone was a winner at annual Rail Ride

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Millerton teemed with cyclists on Sunday, July 30, for the sixth annual Harlem Valley Rail Ride.
According to event co-manager Beth Katz, one of the goals of the ride is to bring awareness of cycling to the region. Additionally, it helps raise funds to support the Harlem Valley Rail Trail Association (HVRTA), American Legion Post 178 and the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. 

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U16 baseball team state champions

The Northwest Orioles U16 baseball team is the state champion, following a victory at the state championship tournament in Waterbury, Conn., on July 15 and 16.
The team then went on to the Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament in Brooklyn, N.Y., on July 20 to 22.  
Aiding the Orioles were players Caleb Shpur,drafted from the Connecticut Outlaws, and Zack Lerner, drafted from Overlook. 

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Bridge results in Sharon

SHARON — There were six full tables for duplicate bridge on July 19 at St. Bernard’s Church in Sharon. The average score was 60. 
For North South pairs, in first with 74.5 points (62.08 percent) were Pat Konecky and Bob Putz; in second with 68 points (56.67 percent) were Stephen Feld and Peter Hollander, and in third with 63.5 points (52.97 percent) were Emily and Billy Saster. 

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Bridge results in Sharon

SHARON — There were seven full tables for duplicate bridge on Wednesday, July 12, at St. Bernard’s Church. We played only six rounds of four boards a round for a total of 24 boards. The average score was 60. 
For North South pairs, in first with 76 points (63.33 percent) were Carol Magowan and Harry Hall; in second with 62.5 points (52.08 percent) were Emily and Billy Saster, and in third with 60 points (50 percent) were Pat Konecky and Bob Putz. 

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Adventures with mops, nymphs and my pal Thos

I am pleased to report that my attorney, Thomas Gallucio of Reston, Va., successfully caught and released several fish during a recent visit.
Thos has been my most disappointing student over the decades. But he’s a stubborn fellow, and I couldn’t help noticing that he has somehow ironed out the fatal kinks in his fly-casting.
He developed new ones instead.
The first triumph was a giant, man-eating perch. Playing this leviathan into the canoe was an epic struggle of at least 30 seconds. Man vs. wild animal. Who will prevail?

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Fred Sanford is long gone, but his pickup truck was here

FALLS VILLAGE — Cars were backed up from Main Street to Route 7 in Falls Village at 8:30 a.m., as their owners waited to register their vehicles in the Falls Village Car and Motorcycle Show, hosted by Jacobs Garage, on Sunday, July 9.
The official tally of registered vehicles was 323. Judy Jacobs said there were at least 50 vehicles that did not register.
Cars and pickups lined Main Street as far as the Lee H. Kellogg School, up Prospect Street and at both ends of Railroad Street.

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Sharon bridge scores

SHARON — There were six full tables for duplicate bridge on June 28 at St. Bernard’s Church in Sharon. Using the modern Mitchell movement, all pairs played four boards a round against all the opposing pairs, with tables one and five relaying the boards back and forth between them.  There was a bye table.  The average score was 60. 

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FV car & motorcycle show July 9

FALLS VILLAGE — The Falls Village Car & Motorcycle Show returns Sunday, July 9, with special guests: cast members and the original truck from the 1970s television show “Sanford and Son.” 
Former Falls Village resident and actor Howard Platt, who played police officer Hoppy on the show, made arrangements for the truck to make a special appearance at the show.  
This is the eighth year for the show, which features a variety of types of vehicles, live music and food and other vendors. 

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Truly Tangled: A beginner learns to cast

By Michael Duca
You know the guy. He decides he’s going to learn how to fly-fish. He spends a weekend at the Orvis School in Millbrook, is dazzled by the embedded complexity of the sport — the equipment, the methods, the etiquette. Taking full advantage of the special discount extended to the newly anointed “graduates,” he buys a lot of high-end gear at the conveniently located in-house store. And never goes fishing again. 
I am that guy.

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