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Children put all the snow from the blizzard in February to good use Feb. 15 as they built a snowman in front of the Whittemore Library in Naugatuck. Posing with the snowman is, bottom row from left, Jazlyn Ramos, Janay Ramos and Sara Decicco, standing from left, library volunteer Chris Soldberg and Children’s Librarian Matthew Yanarella. –LUKE MARSHALL

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The Trumbull-Porter Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, welcomed three new members Karen Schiaroli of Naugatuck, Cynthia Tun of Middlebury, and Joy MacDonald of Naugatuck at a recent meeting. Pictured, from left, Assistant Registrar Freda Carreiro, Schiaroli, Tun, MacDonald, Regent Carol Bauby, and Registrar Katie Gabrielson.-CONTRIBUTED

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The Naugatuck High School Class of 1946 held its 65th reunion last October at Junipers Restaurant in Middlebury. Pictured, back row from left, Josephine Narducci, Domenic Narducci, Anne Byrne Schaeffer, Raymond Dowling and Mary Connolly. Front row from left, Cecil Szcziul Humphries, Loretta Mangine Loyer, Joseph Connolly, Laura Puleo Smith, Rosemary Mangine Augelli, Jane Ruccio Boyle, Jane Nardello Curina and Robert Curina. -CONTRIBUTED

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Due to school being canceled the week of Valentine’s Day in Naugatuck, Rikki Harris, 6, a first-grader at Maple Hill Elementary School was unable to pass out Valentine’s cards to her class mates. Harris’s mother, Mary gave her the opportunity to pick one special person that she would like to have as her Valentine. She chose her dentist, Dr. Henry Danziger and recently presented him with a Valentine surprise. –CONTRIBUTED

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Hop Brook Elementary School first grade teacher Debbie Langdon, right, chats with first-grader Geno D’Errico and his mother, Vanessa D’Errico, at the McDonald’s on New Haven Road in Naugatuck Feb. 21. Staff from Hop Brook worked at the restaurant for the Parent-School Association’s McEducators night. A portion of the sales that evening went to the PSA. The organization raised $275.-LUKE MARSHALL

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McDonald’s employee Jenny Rodriguez looks on while Mallory Swindon, 4, waves and kindergartener Hannah Swindon, 5, wave to Hop Brook Elementary School first-grade teacher Jessica Frissora at the McDonald’s on New Haven Road Feb. 21. Staff from Hop Brook worked at the restaurant for the Parent-School Association’s McEducators night. A portion of the sales that evening went to the PSA. The organization raised $275.-LUKE MARSHALL

Children put all the snow from the blizzard in February to good use Feb. 15 as they built a snowman in front of the Whittemore Library in Naugatuck. Posing with the snowman is, bottom row from left, Jazlyn Ramos, Janay Ramos and Sara Decicco, standing from left, library volunteer Chris Soldberg and Children’s Librarian Matthew Yanarella. –LUKE MARSHALLThe Trumbull-Porter Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, welcomed three new members Karen Schiaroli of Naugatuck, Cynthia Tun of Middlebury, and Joy MacDonald of Naugatuck at a recent meeting. Pictured, from left, Assistant Registrar Freda Carreiro, Schiaroli, Tun, MacDonald, Regent Carol Bauby, and Registrar Katie Gabrielson.-CONTRIBUTEDThe Naugatuck High School Class of 1946 held its 65th reunion last October at Junipers Restaurant in Middlebury. Pictured, back row from left, Josephine Narducci, Domenic Narducci, Anne Byrne Schaeffer, Raymond Dowling and Mary Connolly. Front row from left, Cecil Szcziul Humphries, Loretta Mangine Loyer, Joseph Connolly, Laura Puleo Smith, Rosemary Mangine Augelli, Jane Ruccio Boyle, Jane Nardello Curina and Robert Curina. -CONTRIBUTEDDue to school being canceled the week of Valentine’s Day in Naugatuck, Rikki Harris, 6, a first-grader at Maple Hill Elementary School was unable to pass out Valentine’s cards to her class mates. Harris’s mother, Mary gave her the opportunity to pick one special person that she would like to have as her Valentine. She chose her dentist, Dr. Henry Danziger and recently presented him with a Valentine surprise. –CONTRIBUTEDHop Brook Elementary School first grade teacher Debbie Langdon, right, chats with first-grader Geno D’Errico and his mother, Vanessa D’Errico, at the McDonald’s on New Haven Road in Naugatuck Feb. 21. Staff from Hop Brook worked at the restaurant for the Parent-School Association’s McEducators night. A portion of the sales that evening went to the PSA. The organization raised $275.-LUKE MARSHALLMcDonald’s employee Jenny Rodriguez looks on while Mallory Swindon, 4, waves and kindergartener Hannah Swindon, 5, wave to Hop Brook Elementary School first-grade teacher Jessica Frissora at the McDonald’s on New Haven Road Feb. 21. Staff from Hop Brook worked at the restaurant for the Parent-School Association’s McEducators night. A portion of the sales that evening went to the PSA. The organization raised $275.-LUKE MARSHALL
Hop Brook Elementary School first grade teacher Debbie Langdon, right, chats with first-grader Geno D’Errico and his mother, Vanessa D’Errico, at the McDonald’s on New Haven Road in Naugatuck Feb. 21. Staff from Hop Brook worked at the restaurant for the Parent-School Association’s McEducators night. A portion of the sales that evening went to the PSA. The organization raised $275.-LUKE MARSHALL

Hop Brook Elementary School first grade teacher Debbie Langdon, right, chats with first-grader Geno D’Errico and his mother, Vanessa D’Errico, at the McDonald’s on New Haven Road in Naugatuck Feb. 21. Staff from Hop Brook worked at the restaurant for the Parent-School Association’s McEducators night. A portion of the sales that evening went to the PSA. The organization raised $275.-LUKE MARSHALL

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