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Students from Maple Hill Elementary School in Naugatuck, from left, Hudson Bumbery, Odin Anderson and Leah Quijano watch the Naugatuck High girls basketball game from the bench Dec. 20. The students won a raffle to sit on the sidelines as part of the Maple Hill School Night. The Greyhounds beat Ansonia, 49-27. –KEN MORSE

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All About You Home Care Services in Naugatuck recently donated hand-knitted hats and scarves to the Human Resource Development Agency on Rubber Avenue in Naugatuck. Pictured, Veronica Rinaldi, All About You Home Care's community liaison, left, and Lynn Donovan of Human Resource Development Agency modeling a hat, scarf set. -CONTRIBUTED

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Webelos from Pack 115 in Naugatuck met with Naugatuck Mayor Robert Mezzo at Town Hall Nov. 11 as part of their efforts to earn their Citizens Award. -CONTRIBUTED

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From left, Janice Lacharity, administrative assistant to the Naugatuck police chief, Naugatuck Police Chief Chris Edson, state Rep. Rosa Rebimbas (R-70), and Deputy Naugatuck Police Chief Josh Bernegger, pose for a photo during the annual winter meeting of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association Dec. 12 at the Crowne Plaza in Cromwell. Rebimbas was one of the recipients of the CPCA’s 2013 Legislative Award, is which is given to legislators that have stood out and supported municipal police issues. ‘I want to thank the CT Police Chiefs Association for honoring me with this award,’ Rebimbas said in a press release. ‘On behalf of all my colleagues and leadership in the legislature, I want to thank the law enforcement community for protecting us on a daily basis. I see it as my job to make sure that we, as legislators, protect the resources that you have and support the resources that you need in order for you to successfully perform your duties.’ -CONTRIBUTED

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Sokol’s Taekwondo in Naugatuck held a rank testing Oct. 26, 2013. Valerie Fortney, Andrew Khairallah, Samantha Figueroa and Stunami Figueroa were promoted to first degree black belts. -CONTRIBUTED

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Sokol’s Taekwondo in Naugatuck held a rank testing Oct. 26, 2013. Valerie Fortney, Andrew Khairallah, Samantha Figueroa and Stunami Figueroa were promoted to first degree black belts. -CONTRIBUTED

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Sokol’s Taekwondo in Naugatuck held a rank testing Oct. 26, 2013. Valerie Fortney, Andrew Khairallah, Samantha Figueroa and Stunami Figueroa were promoted to first degree black belts. -CONTRIBUTED

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Sokol’s Taekwondo in Naugatuck held a rank testing Oct. 26, 2013. Valerie Fortney, Andrew Khairallah, Samantha Figueroa and Stunami Figueroa were promoted to first degree black belts. -CONTRIBUTED

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Four members of USA Martial Arts in Naugatuck were promoted at a Cheezic Tang Soo Do Karate black belt graduation Nov. 22 at the Boys Club in Waterbury. Pictured, Sean Evardo was promoted to 1st Dan Black, Eric Wrogg and Ben Meleschnig were promoted to 2nd Dan Black and Matthew Hopkinson was promoted to 3rd Dan Black. -CONTRIBUTED

Students from Maple Hill Elementary School in Naugatuck, from left, Hudson Bumbery, Odin Anderson and Leah Quijano watch the Naugatuck High girls basketball game from the bench Dec. 20. The students won a raffle to sit on the sidelines as part of the Maple Hill School Night. The Greyhounds beat Ansonia, 49-27. –KEN MORSEAll About You Home Care Services in Naugatuck recently donated hand-knitted hats and scarves to the Human Resource Development Agency on Rubber Avenue in Naugatuck. Pictured, Veronica Rinaldi, All About You Home Care's community liaison, left, and Lynn Donovan of Human Resource Development Agency modeling a hat, scarf set. -CONTRIBUTEDWebelos from Pack 115 in Naugatuck met with Naugatuck Mayor Robert Mezzo at Town Hall Nov. 11 as part of their efforts to earn their Citizens Award. -CONTRIBUTEDFrom left, Janice Lacharity, administrative assistant to the Naugatuck police chief, Naugatuck Police Chief Chris Edson, state Rep. Rosa Rebimbas (R-70), and Deputy Naugatuck Police Chief Josh Bernegger, pose for a photo during the annual winter meeting of the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association Dec. 12 at the Crowne Plaza in Cromwell. Rebimbas was one of the recipients of the CPCA’s 2013 Legislative Award, is which is given to legislators that have stood out and supported municipal police issues. ‘I want to thank the CT Police Chiefs Association for honoring me with this award,’ Rebimbas said in a press release. ‘On behalf of all my colleagues and leadership in the legislature, I want to thank the law enforcement community for protecting us on a daily basis. I see it as my job to make sure that we, as legislators, protect the resources that you have and support the resources that you need in order for you to successfully perform your duties.’ -CONTRIBUTEDSokol’s Taekwondo in Naugatuck held a rank testing Oct. 26, 2013. Valerie Fortney, Andrew Khairallah, Samantha Figueroa and Stunami Figueroa were promoted to first degree black belts. -CONTRIBUTEDSokol’s Taekwondo in Naugatuck held a rank testing Oct. 26, 2013. Valerie Fortney, Andrew Khairallah, Samantha Figueroa and Stunami Figueroa were promoted to first degree black belts. -CONTRIBUTEDSokol’s Taekwondo in Naugatuck held a rank testing Oct. 26, 2013. Valerie Fortney, Andrew Khairallah, Samantha Figueroa and Stunami Figueroa were promoted to first degree black belts. -CONTRIBUTEDSokol’s Taekwondo in Naugatuck held a rank testing Oct. 26, 2013. Valerie Fortney, Andrew Khairallah, Samantha Figueroa and Stunami Figueroa were promoted to first degree black belts. -CONTRIBUTEDFour members of USA Martial Arts in Naugatuck were promoted at a Cheezic Tang Soo Do Karate black belt graduation Nov. 22 at the Boys Club in Waterbury. Pictured, Sean Evardo was promoted to 1st Dan Black, Eric Wrogg and Ben Meleschnig were promoted to 2nd Dan Black and Matthew Hopkinson was promoted to 3rd Dan Black. -CONTRIBUTED

Students from Maple Hill Elementary School in Naugatuck, from left, Hudson Bumbery, Odin Anderson and Leah Quijano watch the Naugatuck High girls basketball game from the bench Dec. 20. The students won a raffle to sit on the sidelines as part of the Maple Hill School Night. The Greyhounds beat Ansonia, 49-27. –KEN MORSE

Students from Maple Hill Elementary School in Naugatuck, from left, Hudson Bumbery, Odin Anderson and Leah Quijano watch the Naugatuck High girls basketball game from the bench Dec. 20. The students won a raffle to sit on the sidelines as part of the Maple Hill School Night. The Greyhounds beat Ansonia, 49-27. –KEN MORSE

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