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The Housatonic FFA members in Indianapolis last month: Rear, from left: Advisor David Moran, Haley Swaller, Brandt Bosio, Rachel Ryan, Spencer Markow, Catlin Sorrell, Anne Moran, Alumni Representative Jenn Duncan. Front row, from left: Calli Bosio, Taylor Christen, Advisor Danielle Melino, Johanna Cuccia, Mackenzie Casey, Alyssa Tatro, Myranda Cables Photo submitted

FFA reports from Indy trip

FALLS VILLAGE — October is normally a season of spooks and scares but not for Housatonic Valley FFA members. From Oct. 25-29, 13 FFA members traveled to Indianapolis, Indiana to attend the 95th annual National FFA Convention.

Zoey Gillette made it under the bar and Ava Nason approached it during the Limbo at the Turkey Olympics at Housatonic Valley Regional High School Friday, Nov. 18. HVRHS Principal Ian Strever and and Catherine Bushey held the bar as Assistant Principal Steve Schibi (far left) watched intently. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

HVRHS sophomores win Turkey Olympics

FALLS VILLAGE — Teams from each grade and a faculty and staff team competed in the Turkey Olympics Friday afternoon, Nov. 18, at Housatonic Valley Regional High School.

The sophomore class team prevailed after hard-fought contests in the Mummy Wrap, Dodge Ball and the Three-Legged Race.

Falls Village veterans came to the Lee H. Kellogg School for a Veterans Day ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 9. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Kellogg School students salute veterans Nov. 9

FALLS VILLAGE — Five Falls Village veterans came to the Lee H. Kellogg School Wednesday morning, Nov. 9, for a Veterans Day ceremony.

The students sang two songs, “Proud of Our Veterans” and “For the Good of the Many,” and the Kindergarten students performed a dance.

Meg Sher is the new director of the David M. Hunt Library. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Sher, ‘a serious reader,’ takes over as executive director of Hunt Library

FALLS VILLAGE — Meg Sher is the new executive director of the David M. Hunt Library.

She started the job Oct. 1, replacing Erica Joncyk, who has retired.

Sher has worked for the library since 2013. She was recruited by Joncyk.

Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Cannonball Run 5K

Eric Ciocca of Northampton, Mass., finished first in the Ed Mcguire Cannonball Run (5 kilometers) Saturday, Nov. 5, in Falls Village with a time of 19 minutes 15 seconds. Charlie Taylor of Simsbury was second at 20:52, and third overall and the first female finisher was  “Quinn’s Momma” from Naugatuck at 22:00.

Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

All hands on deck

Ninth-graders, under the watchful eye of class advisor Jeff Tripp, held a car wash fundraiser at the Emergency Services Building in Falls Village, Saturday, Nov. 5.


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