Community snapshots

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Graden Beasley, an eighth-grader at City Hill Middle School in Naugatuck, has won every middle school cross country meet he has entered so far this season. Beasly won four in a row, including the McGee Middle School Cross-Country Invitational on Sept 29. Beasly is now focused on the state championships next month.-CONTRIBUTED

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Sokol's Taekwondo LLC held a rank testing on June 16 at which Michele Turecek, Chirs Turecek, and Trevor Simmon were promoted to 1st degree Black Belts.-CONTRIBUTED

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All five members of the Mason family, from Naugatuck, are taking part in the ING Hartford 5K on Saturday in Hartford. Proceeds of the Mason’s run will benefit Special Olympics Connecticut, an organization the Mason family has been a part of for over 31 years. For more information, visit www.soct.org. -CONTRIBUTED

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Winners of a spelling bee held recently by the Prospect Senior Center, from left, Ann Egan (second place), Jeanette Elsa (third place), and Dorothy Hayes (first place). Other participants in the bee were Betty Thomas, Jean Corbett, Pat Herren, Jean Lampron, Dotty Gionet, and Cheryl Roshka. The spelling bee was sponsored by the Senior Center Book Club. Marie Delage and Beth Whelan organized the bee with the help of Claire Decker and Sue Armbruster. -CONTRIBUTED

Graden Beasley, an eighth-grader at City Hill Middle School in Naugatuck, has won every middle school cross country meet he has entered so far this season. Beasly won four in a row, including the McGee Middle School Cross-Country Invitational on Sept 29. Beasly is now focused on the state championships next month.-CONTRIBUTEDSokol's Taekwondo LLC held a rank testing on June 16 at which Michele Turecek, Chirs Turecek, and Trevor Simmon were promoted to 1st degree Black Belts.-CONTRIBUTEDAll five members of the Mason family, from Naugatuck, are taking part in the ING Hartford 5K on Saturday in Hartford. Proceeds of the Mason’s run will benefit Special Olympics Connecticut, an organization the Mason family has been a part of for over 31 years. For more information, visit www.soct.org.  -CONTRIBUTEDWinners of a spelling bee held recently by the Prospect Senior Center, from left, Ann Egan (second place), Jeanette Elsa (third place), and Dorothy Hayes (first place). Other participants in the bee were Betty Thomas, Jean Corbett, Pat Herren, Jean Lampron, Dotty Gionet, and Cheryl Roshka. The spelling bee was sponsored by the Senior Center Book Club. Marie Delage and Beth Whelan organized the bee with the help of Claire Decker and Sue Armbruster. -CONTRIBUTED
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