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Southington Knights of Columbus honor four locals

May 4, 2015
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Knights of Columbus

Four Southington residents from four local churches will be honored by the Knights of Columbus Assembly 122 in recognition of their many years of service to their parish and community. Carmel Avitable (St. Thomas), Walter Hushak (St. Aloysius), Michael Soltys (Saint Dominic), and Robin Taillie (Mary Our Queen) will be presented the Catholic Citizens Award.…

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Volunteers needed for all night grad party

May 4, 2015
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Graduation

The All Night, Substance-Free, Graduation Party will be held on Thursday, June 18 at Southington High School, but volunteers are still needed for both shifts. Officials are looking for volunteers for the first shift (8:45 p.m. to 12:15 a.m.) and the second shift (12:15 a.m.…

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Birthday bash for charity

May 4, 2015
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Comm - Mill Foundation donation

John Simard, Chase Swain, and Connor Fishbein donated $1,050 to Brian Taylor of the Mill Foundation for Kids from their first annual “Boys of February B-Day Bash”.  The Mill Foundation for Kids is dedicated to improving the lives of children with cancer and other illnesses.

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Southington Drive-In announces 2015 schedule

May 3, 2015
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Drive In

Officials at the Southington Drive-In have announced the 2015 movie schedule for the sixth community-owned, volunteer-operated season. The schedule begins on June 6 with a screening of Frozen and culminates with the Halloween Festival (TBA). On Saturday, June 13, the Southington Drive-In will be taking…

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The student becomes the master

May 3, 2015
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Comm - Christopher Bray shadow at Thalberg

Christopher Bray, a fourth grade student at Thalberg Elementary School, earned an opportunity to shadow Principal Megan Bennett on April 23. According to sources, things went smoothly with “Principal” Bray in the big seat.

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Kennedy Middle School announced April students of the month

May 2, 2015
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Kennedy Middle School announced April’s students of the month. Front, from left, Erida Koxha, Thomas Nardi, Maya Ciaffaglione, Alyssa Bowker, Brooke Lynch, Christian Cahill, and Peter Loban. Back, Mrs. Susanne Vitcavage, Joelle Stublarec, Nicholas Truncali, Joshua Dziob, Aliya Sarris, Aparna Athreya, and Mr. Steven Madancy.

John F. Kennedy Middle School in Plantsville recently announced the names of its April students of the month. Teachers nominated these students for their academic improvement on performance, exemplary citizenship, and/or participation in extracurricular activities. Sixth grade students of the month are Alyssa Bowker, Maya…

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Thomas G Mayer is artist of the month at The Orchards

May 2, 2015
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Thomas G Mayer will be showcasing his art work at The Gallery at The Orchards in May, including “At the Indian River,” above.

Thomas G Mayer, of Plantsville, will be exhibiting “Florida Landscapes” from May 1 to May 31 at The Gallery at The Orchards. Mayer is a retired Connecticut art teacher with years of teaching various grade levels from Kindergarten through Adults and Special Education. He is primarily a plein-aire…

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Boys lacrosse scores a pair of lopsided victories

May 2, 2015
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By BRIAN JENNINGS STAFF WRITER The Blue Knights boys lacrosse team (4-2) outscored their opponents, 27-5, in two games this past week and Southington coach Ron Chase said he feels like his young team has come a long way in the past month or so. The…

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The streak continues: Baseball scores wins over Farmington, BC

May 1, 2015
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Brett Shaw slides into home in the first inning to open the scoring during a 10-2 win over Bristol Central on April 24.

By BRIAN JENNINGS STAFF WRITER The Blue Knights baseball team was back in action this week with a pair of victories over Farmington and Bristol Central. The week began at Tunxis Mead Park on Wednesday, April 22 against the Farmington Indians (3-4) and did not stop…

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