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Sophia Sawyer And School Mates Support Monarch Butterflies

You have probably seen or heard reports about the decline of the honey bee and the effect that has on the environment. One study suggests we have the honey bee to thank for every one in three bites o…
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AmericanTown's Heroes: School Food Service Coordinator Gets Kids to Eat Veggies

Parents (and nutritionists) are hailing the lunch lady who gets kids to eat healthy lunches and snacks at school. Her name is Donna Riviello and she is the Food Service Coordinator for the Clyde-Sava…
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AmericanTown's Heroes: Every Hero Has A Story

Every hero has a story and heroes are not always people who sacrifice their live for others. Heroes come in all shapes, sizes and ages, from children getting their first exposure to putting the needs…
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AmericanTown's Heroes: Local Heroes Kick Off Summer Reading Program

Local heroes, their helpers and their gear were the stars at the kick off party for a local library's summer reading program. Kids and their parents got to meet soldiers and first responders and even…
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AmericanTown's Heroes: Adelphi Students Camp Out for Soldiers

It was only one night. Not enough to call a sacrifice, but the students wanted to do without comforts to show empathy for the daily routine of soldiers, so they coordinated an event called Sleep Out …
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AmericanTown's Heroes: Ridgecrest Elementary Teaches Children To Recognize Local Heroes

The mission of the Ridgecrest Elementary School is to "leave no child behind." The educators maintain high expectations of themselves and their students and they welcome the involvement of the family…
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AmericanTown's Heroes: Springfield College Students Run to Show Support

In the days after the bombings in Boston, stories began to surface of people opening their homes and their hearts to the victims and their loved ones. The first responders were praised for their fast…
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AmericanTown's Heroes: Aaron Sebens Teaches Students To Be Problem Solvers

Aaron Sebens is a teacher with a desire to inspire his students to be problem solvers. While teaching his fourth grade class about the different types of energy, including options for renewable e…
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AmericanTown's Heroes: Aaron Sebens Teaches Students To Be Problem Solvers

Aaron Sebens is a teacher with a desire to inspire his students to be problem solvers. While teaching his fourth grade class about the different types of energy, including options for renewable e…
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Friends Of The Huntington Public Library Are Selling Raffle Tickets For Their January Calendar Raffle

Friends of the Huntington Public Library are selling raffle tickets for their January Calendar Raffle. For $5.00 a ticket is entered in every day's raffle for the entire month of January, regardless …
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AmericanTown's Heroes: Jan Hamber Cares for Condors

Jan Hamber knew from an early age she wanted to be a naturalist. In addition to being an avid bird watcher since the 1950s, she began volunteer work at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History in …
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Huntington Public Library Book Drop

The Friends of the Huntington Public Library purchased a Book Drop for the Library. Jeff DeFeo of Huntington volunteered his time installing the new Book Drop. The Book Drop is located by the front d…
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Fire Safety Story Hour

The Huntington Public Library had a Fire Safety Story Hour in honor of National Fire Safety Month. One of the Library patrons, Dan Fedora grandparent of Shawn Lansing, generously donated a fire truck…
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Kindle Fire Huntington Public Library

The Friends of the Huntington Public Library donated a Kindle Fire for Library patron use. Patrons must sign a separate Policy and Borrowing Agreement prior to use. The Kindle Fire can be used to rea…
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Huntington Public Library for September 28, 2012

The Huntington Public Library has purchased a pass for the Berkshire Museum to be used by patrons. This pass allows 2 Adults and 2 Children free admission per day, with children under 3 always free. …
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