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Kearcher running for selectman

SHARON — Steeped in Sharon life and a diligent volunteer, Lynn Kearcher has announced that she will seek the nomination to become a Democratic candidate for the Board of Selectmen, hoping to fill the vacancy created by selectman Casey Flanagan who earlier announced his candidacy for the post of First Selectman.

Patricia Chamberlain served as moderator of the annual Town Meeting on Friday, May 12. While voters discussed and approved the selectmen’s budget, the Board of Education budget was unable to be discussed or voted upon. Photo by Leila Hawken

Voters pass town budget; school spending in limbo

SHARON — Only the Board of Selectmen’s budget for 2023-24 was considered and approved by voters at the Friday, May 12 meeting.

Immediately after moderator Patricia Chamberlain convened the meeting, it was announced that the Board of Education budget would not be considered.

Students from Sharon Center School had created themed masks titled “Primary Colors” on Friday, May 12. Young artists, left to right, are Lilyan Kimma and James Smith, both in fourth grade, Matthew Smith (Kindergarten) and Savannah Smith, sixth grade. Photo by Leila Hawken

Student artwork impresses at Standard Space gallery

SHARON — Getting off to a good start with art in Sharon Center School, young student artists showed their selected works at Sharon’s Standard Space Gallery on Friday, May 12. The exhibit was titled, “Primary Colors.” By all accounts, the show was a success, with each artist bringing personal visual insight into a variety of subjects.


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