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KENT — Every 10 minutes, for 40 hours straight, they feed the fiery beast. 

Once a year, in alternating shifts, experienced potters, apprentices and friends from the Northwest Corner come together to feed wood into the blazing belly of the sprawling brickanagama at Joy Brown’s South Kent pottery studio. The Japanese-style kiln contains about 200 sculptural and figural pieces of all shapes and sizes painstakingly crafted by Brown and other potters who are participating in the annual Clay Way Studio Tour over Columbus Day weekend.

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Kent will participate in Valentine’s Day event to feed homeless in New York City

karaw@lakevillejournal.com

KENT — For the past two years, Backcountry Outfitters has teamed up with Sister Mary Lanning of New York City to bring a “picnic in the street” to the city’s homeless for Valentine’s Day.
Lanning runs an organization called Street Corner Gourmet in Harlem. She plans meals, especially on holidays, and distributes the food to the homeless with the help of volunteers.
As the homeless are often more overlooked on this holiday than on Thanksgiving and Christmas, it can be a lonesome time of year for them.

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Kent private schools offer incentives for day students

karaw@lakevillejournal.com

KENT — In order to make their schools more appealing and affordable to local students, both South Kent School and Marvelwood School have scholarship programs that are open only to day students.
South Kent began its Day Student Merit Scholarship Program last year. All day students are automatically considered for these scholarships and do not need to submit additional material. Scholarship recipients are chosen based on extra qualities or talents that they will bring to the South Kent community, not just academic achievement.

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Geo-whiz Rhys Snyder

karaw@lakevillejournal.com

KENT — Kent Center School eighth-grader Rhys Snyder won the school’s geography bee on Monday, Jan. 10.
Rhys was the last one standing out of a group of 12 students — the four finalists from classroom competitions in grades six, seven and eight.
The 13-year-old has always had an interest in geography and history.
“I like learning how things work, and how we lived in the past and how things are done now,” he said.
Rhys is a well-rounded student, but his favorite subject is math — though he seems to be doing just fine with his other subjects as well.

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Jumping for joy — and healthy hearts

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KENT — The gymnasium at Kent Center School was filled with jumping and laughing children on the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 4. Students in grades two through six were there participating in the Jump Rope for Heart program sponsored by the American Heart Association.
The program, which coordinates events at any school that is interested, is aimed at both raising money and spreading awareness about heart disease. The 150 children who participated at the Kent Center School event had the option of raising funds or simply participating for fun.

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