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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.


Nutrition on Railroad offers all-natural smoothies, protein shakes and acai bowls. Owner Cassidy Considine (left) opened the shop in May of 2021. A year later she partnered with Kelly Wolfe (right) to open KayCee & Co. Gift Boutique in the attached space in May of 2022. Photo by Riley Klein

Railroad Street savors healthy food alternative

NORTH CANAAN —One of the latest examples of revitalization on Railroad Street in North Canaan comes in a tumbler with a straw.

Nutrition on Railroad, a business started in May of 2021 during the pandemic, has become a steady favorite.

Katie Strano of Heddle over Heels in Southbury teaches a young crafter how to operate a floor loom at Touch a Trade in Kent on Saturday, Oct. 22. Photo by Riley Klein

Finding the charm and fun of crafts and trades at Eric Sloane Museum

KENT — Seeking to promote a next generation of trade and crafts people,  Hudson Valley Preservation promoted a Touch a Trade event on Saturday, Oct. 22, hosted by the Eric Sloane Museum and the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association.

Runners set off from the starting line of the 9th Annual Run and Wag 5K. 188 runners registered, including more than 70 dog and human team entries competing for the coveted Connecticut Doggy Cup. Photo by Riley Klein

Little Guild’s Run & Wag brings out 188 competitors

CORNWALL — The Little Guild’s 9th Annual Run and Wag 5K took place in Cornwall on Saturday, Oct. 15 with 188 registered runners.

More than 70 competitors were six-legged teams consisting of a human and a dog.

“This is Connecticut’s premiere human/dog race,” said race director Rocco Botto.


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