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The Falls Village Car and Motorcycle Show on Sunday, July 8, was the biggest yet.

There were classic cars up and down Main Street, extending along Railroad Street, up Prospect Street, and all over the Lee H. Kellogg School  campus.

On Monday morning, organizers Judy and Denny Jacobs were getting the work week under way at Jacobs Garage and assessing the car show.

Denny Jacobs said there were about 700 registered entries in the car show, and about another 100 vehicles that did not register.

As for spectators …

“There were thousands...

Falls Village

Winter is here

Motorists faced snow, rain
FALLS VILLAGE — Despite snow and predicted freezing rain on Tuesday, Dec. 12, Region One schools were in session, a change from years when the slightest hint of inclement weather would have canceled classes. 
Region One Superintendent Pam Vogel said Region One “subscribes to a weather system, where we receive daily emails” with reports and predictions for the area.
When bad weather is expected, school officials and meteorologist John Bagioni hold a conference call at 4:15 a.m.

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Everyone pitches in to help with pine-scented fresh wreaths

FALLS VILLAGE — It’s definitely the holiday season when the agriculture education wing of Housatonic Valley Regional High School fills up with students, parents, alumni and the scent of pine.
Thursday, Nov. 30, was the first production night, where wreaths are assembled for sale in the FFA Holiday Sale during December. The second production night is Wednesday, Dec. 6, 7 p.m.

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Housatonic student of the week

The Lakeville Journal congratulates the honorees of the student of the week program at Housatonic Valley Regional High School. 

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Festivities end with cocoa, gifts

FALLS VILLAGE — With the assistance of eighth-grade students from the Lee H. Kellogg school, the Falls Village Recreation Commission held a Christmas tree lighting on the town Green on Sunday, Dec. 3.
As darkness fell at around 5:30 p.m., people gathered around, were issued candles and song sheets, and followed the musical leadership of Brook Martinez, the music teacher at Kellogg.
Martinez had the crowd of more than 100 people warm up with some hearty “whoas” and “ho-ho-hos.”

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Thanksgiving preview at Housatonic Child Care Center

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Holiday greens & more at HVRHS

FALLS VILLAGE — The  Housatonic Valley FFA chapter begins its annual holiday production sales on Monday, Dec. 3, through Saturday, Dec. 23. Store hours are 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., seven days a week. The store is located on the south side of the Housatonic Valley Regional High School campus.
The holiday store sells trees, wreaths, poinsettias, Cabot cheese, local maple syrup, handmade tree stands and more. Trees start at $35, wreaths at $20.

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Celebrating the FFA

The annual FFA banquet at Housatonic Valley Regional High School was on Friday, Nov. 17. Lauren Murtagh, FFA chapter president, said, “This year’s banquet went really well. We had more than 200 members, parents  and guests who attended, and we were able to recognize all of those people who made an impact on our chapter in the past year.”

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Small thanks

Housatonic Child Care Center in Salisbury held a Thankful Feast on Nov. 16, inviting parents and friends to join young ones at the daycare as they gobbled up a bountiful spread of community-baked goods while learning about the first Thanksgiving.  For another photo, see Thanksgiving preview at Housatonic Child Care Center.

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In honor of HVRHS’s brightest and best

FALLS VILLAGE — “Many schools do a great job of honoring their athletes and coaches,” said Housatonic Valley Regional High School  (HVRHS) Principal Jose Martinez.
“It is only fitting that we acknowledge academic, career and personal accomplishments.”
Martinez was speaking at the first induction ceremony for the HVRHS Wall of Honor on Sunday, Oct. 29. 
The Wall of Honor was established this year by the HVRHS Alumni Association.

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Region One: Board honored as ‘bright, insightful’

FALLS VILLAGE — The Region One Board of Education will receive a leadership award from the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE) later this month.
Jonathan Moore, the Region One board representative for Kent, said in a phone interview last week that the regional board began a training course offered by CABE about a year and a half ago.
The Lighthouse training required considerable commitment and time from the participants.

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