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Jacob Flores, 9, from Beacon Falls creates a rover out of Legos during the Beacon Falls Public Library’s Legos in the Library program Feb. 13. –LUKE MARSHALL

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Naugatuck Lodge of Elks 967 recently donated $750 to the Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank. Pictured, from left, Elks Leading Knight Dave Perugini, food bank President Marty Lee Fenton President and Elks Lodge 967 Exalted Ruler Mike McGrath. -CONTRIBUTED

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The Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation recently awarded a $10,000 grant to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Waterbury to support its Triple Play Program, a program that encourages healthy lifestyles for children. Pictured, from left, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Waterbury Executive Director John Chiero, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Waterbury Board of Directors member Frank Longo, Naugatuck Savings Bank Branch Manager Teresa Carrier, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Waterbury Chairman of the Board of Directors William Campion and Director of Operations for Boys and Girls Club of Greater Waterbury Manny Martinez. -CONTRIBUTED

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Naugatuck resident and eighth-grader at Chase Collegiate School, Sarah Tsacoyannis, will star as “The Good Witch” in the school’s upcoming production of the Wizard of Oz. Performances are Feb.21 and Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 23 at 5 p.m. All shows are at the Fulkerson Arts Center on the Chase Collegiate School campus, 565 Chase Parkway, Waterbury.-CONTRIBUTED

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Sara Alessio, 8, from Beacon Falls, left, and Taylor Wasilewski, 10, from Beacon Falls show off the robots they made during the Beacon Falls Public Library’s Legos in the Library program Feb. 13. –LUKE MARSHALL

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Preston Alessio, 7, from Beacon Falls plays with Legos during the Beacon Falls Public Library’s Legos in the Library program Feb. 13. –LUKE MARSHALL

Jacob Flores, 9, from Beacon Falls creates a rover out of Legos during the Beacon Falls Public Library’s Legos in the Library program Feb. 13. –LUKE MARSHALLNaugatuck Lodge of Elks 967 recently donated $750 to the Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank. Pictured, from left, Elks Leading Knight Dave Perugini, food bank President Marty Lee Fenton President and Elks Lodge 967 Exalted Ruler Mike McGrath. -CONTRIBUTEDThe Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation recently awarded a $10,000 grant to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Waterbury to support its Triple Play Program, a program that encourages healthy lifestyles for children. Pictured, from left, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Waterbury Executive Director John Chiero, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Waterbury Board of Directors member Frank Longo, Naugatuck Savings Bank Branch Manager Teresa Carrier, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Waterbury Chairman of the Board of Directors William Campion and Director of Operations for Boys and Girls Club of Greater Waterbury Manny Martinez. -CONTRIBUTEDNaugatuck resident and eighth-grader at Chase Collegiate School, Sarah Tsacoyannis, will star as “The Good Witch” in the school’s upcoming production of the Wizard of Oz. Performances are Feb.21 and Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 23 at 5 p.m. All shows are at the Fulkerson Arts Center on the Chase Collegiate School campus, 565 Chase Parkway, Waterbury.-CONTRIBUTEDSara Alessio, 8, from Beacon Falls, left, and Taylor Wasilewski, 10, from Beacon Falls show off the robots they made during the Beacon Falls Public Library’s Legos in the Library program Feb. 13. –LUKE MARSHALLPreston Alessio, 7, from Beacon Falls plays with Legos during the Beacon Falls Public Library’s Legos in the Library program Feb. 13. –LUKE MARSHALL

Sara Alessio, 8, from Beacon Falls, left, and Taylor Wasilewski, 10, from Beacon Falls show off the robots they made during the Beacon Falls Public Library’s Legos in the Library program Feb. 13. –LUKE MARSHALL

Sara Alessio, 8, from Beacon Falls, left, and Taylor Wasilewski, 10, from Beacon Falls show off the robots they made during the Beacon Falls Public Library’s Legos in the Library program Feb. 13. –LUKE MARSHALL

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