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NORFOLK — Eighty curlers from 20 teams competed at the National Grand Curling Club of America’s Senior Mixed Championship Bonspiel at the Norfolk Curling Club, held from Thursday, Jan. 10, until Sunday, Jan 13.

Teams from five states participated, including teams from Philadelphia, Pa., Woodstock, Vt., Cape Cod, Mass., and Utica, N.Y. 

Due to the large number of players and teams, the competition began at 7 a.m. and continued until 11:30 p.m.

Event Co-chairman Jonathan Zwick said that members of the Norfolk Curling Club worked hard to organize...

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Track sales will benefit Make-A-Wish

LIME ROCK — Lime Rock Park is partnering with the Make-A-Wish Foundation this weekend at the American le Mans Notheast Grand Prix, Friday and Saaturday, July 8 and 9.
The track will donate percentages of its revenue while Make-A-Wish volunteers will sell branded merchandise, souvenir programs and “hot lap” ticket. Lime Rock will also assist Make-A-Wish in organizing fundraising efforts directed at teams, drivers, vendors and driving clubs.

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Sharon bridge scores

SHARON — There were three tables for duplicate bridge at Good Neighbors (1 Low Road) on June 29. It was a beautiful day. We played the Howell Movement. All six pairs played 25 boards. The average score was 25.
In first with 30.5 points (61 percent) were Vivian Sullivan and Terri Pastre; in second with 26.5 points (53 percent) were Norma Bartholomew and Tom Burke, and in third with 25 points (50 percent) were Jim Palmer and Harry Hall.

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Letters to the Editor June 30

Letters to the Editor - The Lakeville Journal

CA rock crushing noisy and dirty

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Mashomack Polo Club hosts International Polo Challenge

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PINE PLAINS — The Mashomack Polo Club hosted its 14th annual International Polo Challenge on Saturday, June 25.
The event and one of the U.S. teams were sponsored by Town&Country magazine with three other teams sponsored by Moncler (U.S. team), Castello di Vicarello (Italian team) and Berluti (French team).
The proceeds from the event benefited three local causes: the Foundation for the Pine Plains Community Center and Library, the Pine Plains Fire Hose & Rescue Company and the Mashomack Barns Preservation.

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New Haven man wins Sharon Sprint

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SHARON — A gray overcast day did not dampen the spirits of athletes and onlookers waiting at Mudge Pond for the 2011 Sharon Sprint Triathlon to begin on Saturday, June 25. Eighty athletes came from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Idaho and the District of Columbia. Temperatures were in the mid 60s, with calm winds. The triathlon consists of three parts: a half-mile swim in Mudge Pond, a 12-mile bicycle ride and a running route of slightly less than 4 miles. The winner was Francesc Lopez, 33, from New Haven, Conn., with an overall time of 1:19:00.

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Undefeated

Northwest United Soccer Club U12 A girls team had an undefeated season, scoring 62 goals and allowing only 10 to be scored againsted them. The girls on the team are from Salisbury, Lakeville, North Canaan, Kent and Cornwall. In the photo are, front row, Caroline Johnson, Emily Geyselaers, Chloe Dakers, Bailey Jacquier, Hannah McGuire and Grace Lancto and, back row, assistant coach Jeff May, Amanda Jacquier, Annika Oostenink, Lauren Segalla, Angela Tabor, Olivia May, Gabby Sartori, Molly Dowd, Abby Stone and coach Earl Dakers.

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Lakeville native drafted by MLB

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LAKEVILLE — The Tampa Bay Rays picked Lakeville native Brooks Belter in the Major League Baseball draft, on June 7, for their Hudson Valley Renegades farm team, part of the New York-Penn League.
The 6-foot 2-inch 205-pound right-handed pitcher was chosen in the 25th round and was number 780 in the draft.
Belter is the son of Jim and Mindy Belter.
Last month, he graduated from Occidental College in Southern California with a major in economics.

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Sharon bridge scores

SHARON — We had seven-and-a-half tables for duplicate bridge at Good Neighbors on Low Road in Sharon on June 15. We played three boards a round. North South pairs played 24 boards (eight rounds) and East West pairs played 21 boards with a three board sit-out. The average score was 72.
The winners: For North South pairs, in first with 94.5 points (65.63 percent) were Norma Bartholomew and Tom Burke; in second with 72.5 points (50.35 percent) were Jim Palmer and John Neufeld, and in third with 71.5 points (49.65 percent) were Ann Patton and Mary Robertson.

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New Haven man wins Sharon Sprint

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SHARON — A gray overcast day did not dampen the spirits of athletes and onlookers waiting at Mudge Pond for the 2011 Sharon Sprint Triathlon to begin on Saturday, June 25.
Eighty athletes came from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Idaho and the District of Columbia. Temperatures were in the mid 60s, with calm winds.
The triathlon consists of three parts: a half-mile swim in Mudge Pond, a 12-mile bicycle ride and a running route of slightly less than 4 miles.

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‘Each day is a gift’

Celebrate life on Survivors Day
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SALISBURY — The Salisbury School boathouse on Twin Lakes was the venue for the fifth annual Cancer Survivors Day celebration on June 7. This celebratory event is organized by Tri-State We Can Row, with assistance from a large group of area organizations, health-care providers and businesses.
The joint chairs are Donna DiMartino of the Sharon Health Care Center; Jim Hutchison of Sharon Hospital; Harriett Weiss of the Health Care Auxiliary for the Tri-State Region and Noreen Driscoll of Sweethaven Farm. Approximately 100 cancer survivors and their family members attended the event.

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