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SHS student coaches his own flag football team

Guittard steps into the coaching spotlight   Coaches – we love some of them and…

Lisa Ellis of Fairfield, second from left, created the “Holiday Train” painting featured in The Kennedy Center’s “A Unique Perspective” Calendar for December. She is congratulated by Martin D. Schwartz, left, president and CEO of The Kennedy Center, and Armando Goncalves, second from right, Southern Connecticut Market President, People’s United Bank, and Karen Galbo, far right, Director of People’s United Community Foundation — Photo by Suzanne Sheridan Photography.

Kennedy Center calendar debuts artwork for 2016

More than 150 guests recently attended the debut of the Kennedy Center’s annual Calendar Reception where the 2016 Unique Perspective calendar was unveiled.

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Gustave Whitehead: First in Flight author gives talk via Skype

Author and educator Susan Brinchman presents new evidence to credit Gustave Whitehead Sunday, Jan. 10, from 4-6 p.m., via Skype at the Pequot Library, Southport.

All award recipients, left to right, are Christina Convertito (Fairfield) youth first prize, Gabriella Petrone (Easton) youth honorable mention, Carly Sappern (Fairfield) youth second prize, Ann Horn (South Salem N.Y.), adult first prize, First Selectman Adam Dunsby, Matthew Abourezk (Easton) adult second prize and Dawn Kraemer (Huntington) adult honorable mention. —Julianne Wilson photo

Arts council honors regional photo show winners

The Easton Arts Council recognized the 31 photographers who entered its 2015 annual juried photography…

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