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The team at the Falls Village transfer station is ready to help residents separate food scraps from regular household garbage. From left, Demetri Ouelette, Peter Roussis and Tracey Wilson. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Food waste diversion program planned at Falls Village station

FALLS VILLAGE — A food waste diversion program is coming to the Falls Village transfer station.

Transfer station coordinator Tracey Wilson got the go-ahead from the Board of Selectmen at the latter’s Jan. 9 meeting.

The goal is to get food waste out of the municipal solid waste stream, Wilson told the selectmen.

Substitute teacher events a success

FALLS VILLAGE — Region One Assistant Superintendent Jeanine Rose was enthused abut the recent “Sign and Sub” events to recuit substitute teachers.

“It was a resounding success,” she said in a phone interview Friday, Jan. 13. Rose said 30 people signed up over three sessions in Sharon, Kent and North Canaan earlier this month.

Kellogg School students are preparing for an art exhibit and reception to be held Saturday, Jan. 28. Photo submitted

‘Birds of the World’ exhibit planned by Kellogg students

FALLS VILLAGE — In January and February, the David M. Hunt Library will host the art exhibition “Birds of the World” featuring the emerging artists of Lee H. Kellogg School.

The show will include paintings, drawings and sculptures by students from Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Photo by Riley Klein

Segalla honored

HVRHS graduate Sydney Segalla was honored by Athletic Director Anne MacNeil before a basketball game Jan. 5 at Housatonic Valley Regional High School in Falls Village.


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