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Food Truck Festival Filled The Fairgrounds On Friday

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May 272016
 

IMG_0437The third annual Race Brook School Food Truck Festival drew a huge crowd to the Orange Fairgrounds Friday night.

Everyone seemed to have their own strategy as to how they would choose their dinner.

Many knew exactly what they were looking for and made a bee line for the Fish, Grilled Cheese or Falafel, while others looked for familiar faces like Dave from Reno’s or Russ at Fire Dog. Although most had no plan at all and just wandered until they found something that suddenly appealed to their taste buds.

The band Velocity sounded great as it provided background music.

Many vendors of non-food items filled in the center of the field. One thing is for certain this event has grown in three years, both in size and popularity.

The Race Brook Food Truck Festival on Friday

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May 262016
 

12644787_1699229537016452_5480641038331246245_nThe Race Brook School Food Truck Festival is coming!

After being introduced a few years ago, the festival quickly became one of the town’s favorite events, and continues to grow with each passing year.

The Food Trucks will line the Orange Fairgrounds, 525 Orange Center Road, on Friday, May 27 from 4-8 p.m.

The food vendors include: Get Your Irish On Food Truck, serving everything Corned Beef; 744 West Bar & Grill; Buzz Truck; Zuppardi’s Pizza; Shoreline Prime. Also trucks with Pierogies, Vietnamese, Californian, Middle Eastern, American Grill, Seafood, Irish food, Grilled Cheese, Stuffed Potatoes, and so many more.

New to the event, but offering a service instead of food is Safe in the Car, LLC, a licensed Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST) who offers convenient and personalized car seat installation education at your home or business.

One of the new craft vendors is Hipponotic Candles offering hand-poured candles with only the finest natural ingredients. Made with vegan soybean wax, they burn clean, with almost no residue.

Super Fun Inflatables will be set up to keep the children entertained.

This is going to be another wonderful Food Truck Festival. Mark your Calendars and don’t make any plans for dinner that night!

 

Originally Published on: Apr 04, 2016 @ 02:34

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May 252016
 

IMG_0002The Amity Spartans Baseball team won the SCC quarterfinal game against Daniel Hand in Woodbridge Wednesday afternoon 7-5.

Our boys will go up against Fairfield Prep for the SCC Semi-Finals Thursday night at West Haven High School at 7 p.m.

Records: Amity (20-1) is the #1 SCC team; Prep (13-8).

 

 

 

 

21 Max Scheps
3 E.J. Mastronardi
12 Ray Miklos

Don’t Miss This Year’s POPS Concert

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May 252016
 

Screen Shot 2016-05-16 at 10.08.59 PMThe 2016 Amity POPS Concert, “Corn Pops” will take place in the John J. Brady Center at Amity High School, just ONE DAY this year, Friday, June 3 at 7 p.m.

Presented by the Amity Music Department, the show will include “a lot of corny jokes,” according to retiring music teacher Chris Hickerson.

If you’ve never attended a POPS Concert, you have missed out on the one opportunity to see the talented Amity Students give their all and perform songs of their own choosing.

POPS is more fun than a barrel of monkeys.

Once again, tickets are only $10.

Click HERE to buy tickets.

 

Originally Published on: May 16, 2016 @ 22:19

Baseball: Quarter Final SCC Playoff Game in Woodbridge Today

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May 252016
 

IMG_0152The Amity Varsity Baseball Team (19-1) will be at home in Woodbridge today, May 25 for the SCC Playoff Quarter Finals at 3:45 p.m.

Come cheer on the boys as they play their way to possibly a fourth consecutive State Championship.

 

 

May 252016
 

Screen Shot 2016-05-25 at 11.05.47 AMWTNH-8 Reported some very sad news this morning:

Middlebury Police say one person was killed in a car accident there Tuesday morning.

Police got a call at 9:14 a.m. for a car that had hit a tree on the side of the road near the intersection of South Street and Long Meadow Road. 

When police got there they pulled Robert Graham, 45, of Orange from the car. He was unresponsive.  Emergency crews administered CPR. He was taken to Waterbury Hospital and pronounced dead.

A family friend contacted Orange Live this morning requesting help for his wife and children.

The text from a new GO FUND ME page is as follows:

The 8th grade Amity Force travel basketball team is asking for your help.   Rob Graham, Tessa’s dad, passed unexpectedly today.   Our hearts and prayers are with all of them at this time.

As some of you know, and some may not know, they were in the  middle of moving to Pennsylvania where Tara’s family is from.   Their house is on the market and were hoping to make the transition after the school year ended.

Instead of sending flowers or a fruit basket, we thought it would be most helpful if we could help them defray any costs of their move or any expenses that may suddenly arise.

We thank you for any support and help that you may be able to provide.

Outdoor Track: Amity Boys Clinch the SCC Championship Title

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May 242016
 

IMG_0152The SCC Outdoor Track and Field Championships were held at Sheehan High School in Wallingford on Tuesday, May 24.

You can find the complete results HERE.

The Amity BOYS won the 2016 SCC Title.

BOYS

Following are the abbreviated boys results showing just first, second and third place finishers.

IMG_9185Team scores  Team totals will change upon completion of meet Wednesday: 1. Amity, 95; 2. Hamden, 66; 3. Shelton, 51; 4. Hillhouse, 47; 5. Lyman Hall, 42; 6. North Haven, 41; 7. Cheshire, 40; 8. East Haven, 34; 9. Hand, 31.50; 10. West Haven, 30; 11. Notre Dame, 27; 11. Xavier, 27; 13. Fairfield Prep, 26; 14. Guilford, 23; 15. Career, 18l 16. Sheehan, 14.50; 17. Branford, 14; 18. Wilbur Cross, 13; 18. Law, 13; 20. Foran, 10.

100: 1, Aremu, Abdoul, West Haven, 11.19. 2, Fowlin, Camron, Hamden, 11.31. 3, Donaldson, Jay, East Haven, 11.32

200: 1, Aremu, Abdoul, West Haven, 22.48, w:1.5. 2, Mohseni, Aria, Amity Regional, 22.55, w:1.5. 3, Swain, Tyreise, Hillhouse, 22.57, w:1.5

400: 1, Gebril, Omar, North Haven, 49.51. 2, English, Patrick, Shelton, 49.52. 3, Antoine, Kevin, Hamden, 50.18

800: 1, Gill, Jonathan, Lyman Hall, 1:57.74. 2, Cobb, Griffin, Mark Sheehan, 1:58.26. 3, Parisella, Zachary, Hamden, 1:59.14

IMG_9066-300x2111600: 1, Sicilano, Benjamin, Guilford, 4:21.29. 2, Brennan, Ryan, North Haven, 4:21.89. 3, Beaudette, Kyle, Amity Regional, 4:24.52

3200: 1, Murray, Brendan, Cheshire, 9:23.53. 2, Thompson, Drew, Fairfield Prep, 9:26.87. 3, Block, Harrison, Amity Regional, 9:40.51

110 hurdles: 1, Witik, John, Lyman Hall, 14.82. 2, Kuchachik, Collin, Amity Regional, 15.22. 3, Deptula, Zachary, Shelton, 15.59

300 hurdles: 1, Paintsil, Elliott, Notre Dame, 39.38. 2, Witik, John, Lyman Hall, 39.82. 3, Kuchachik, Collin, Amity Regional, 41.42

4×100: 1, West Haven (Aremu, Abdoul 17, Butler, Talon 17, Flores, Jeffrey 16, Highsmith, Andrew 16), 43.55. 2, Hamden (Mayes, John 18, Fowlin, Camron 17, Harrell, Virgil 17, Arrington Jr, Stanley 17), 43.91. 3, East Haven (Griffith, Mike 16, Pates, Garrett 16, Marshall, M’Clay 17, Donaldson, Jay 18), 44.25

4×400: 1. Hamden (Antoine, Kevin 17, Parisella, Zachary 16, Harrell, Virgil 17, Gambrell, Aaron 16), 3:23.58. 2, Lyman Hall (Witik, John 16, Crawford, Jordan 18, Ransom, Mike 16, Gill, Jonathan 16), 3:26.08. 3, Daniel Hand (Noonan, Garrett 17, Parker, Matt 17, Lisi, John 17, Veth, Max 17), 3:30.50

4×800: 1, Hamden (Hodgkins, Isaac 16, King, William 16, Odei-Nitri, Shawn 17, Parisella, Zachary 16), 8:04.98. 2, Amity Regional (Block, Harrison 16, Cannata, Michael 16, Crane, Connor 16, Arovas, Matthew 16), 8:09.27. 3, Lyman Hall (Ransom, Mike 16, Oliveira, Brian 18, Crawford, Jordan 18, Gill, Jonathan 16), 8:14.03

High jump: 1, Abdul-Karim, Gabriel, Hillhouse, 6-02. 2, Robinson, Nicholas, Amity Regional, 6-00. 3, D’Onofrio, Jordan, Amity Regional, J6-00

Pole vault: 1, McShane, Devon, Daniel Hand, 13-00. 2, Hubler, Jared, Foran, 12-06. 3, Petruzzelli, Nicholas, Notre Dame, 12-00

Long jump: 1, Griffith, Mike, East Haven, 21-11, w:NWI. 2, Vaughn, Dyshon, Career, 21-10, w:NWI. 3, Abdul-Karim, Gabriel, Hillhouse, J21-10, w:NWI

Triple jump: 1, Abdul-Karim, Gabriel, Hillhouse, 43-11.50, w:NWI. 2, Vaughn, Dyshon, Career, 43-01, w:NWI. 3, Shuster, Ethan, Shelton, 42-03.50, w:NWI

Shot put: 1, O’Connor, Shane, North Haven, 50-07.25. 2, Greifenberger, Cameron, Amity Regional, 49-00.50. 3, Coward, Niam, East Haven, 46-02.50

Javlin: 1, LaChance, Ethan, Cheshire, 164-06. 2, Valentino, Anthony, North Haven, 158-10. 3, Castor, Noah, Mark Sheehan, 156-03.

Don’t Forget The Annual OCC Nursery School Bake Sale on Sunday

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May 242016
 

memorial-day-FlagOn Sunday May 29, Orange Congregational Church Nursery School will have its annual bake sale at the parade in Orange.

Beginning at 10 a.m. they will be selling hot dogs and yummy desserts along with hot and cold beverages.

All proceeds support the preschool program for 3 and 4 year olds, which has been in continuous operation for 49 years.

Stop by their tent on the green. You will find some fabulous refreshments to enjoy at the parade, or to take home with you!

May 212016
 

Opening Ceremony is at 6 p.m. and the always memorable Luminary ceremony is at 9 p.m.

It’s Time To Order Your Amity Grad Balloons

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May 202016
 

Amity-balloonsFIPTSO Amity Graduating Seniors Balloons:

Do you know a Graduating ARHS Senior? Make that senior smile by sending a “Congratulations Amity Grad” Balloon.

The Amity High School P.T.S.O. is once again sponsoring Operation Graduation 2016 Balloons for Amity Seniors.

Let’s celebrate our graduating seniors and support Amity Regional High School.

The balloons will be delivered and tied to the graduate’s mailbox before graduation over the course of 2 days, Saturday, June 11 and Sunday, June 12 (Tentative Dates).

Proceeds go to the Amity High School P.T.S.O., including the P.T.S.O. Scholarship Fund.

There are now two ways to order balloons.  You may order online or by using this order form. Orders are due by Sunday, June 5.

If you have any spare time, please consider helping inflate and/or deliver balloons.

PTSO Needs Your Help! The PTSO is need of volunteers to help inflate and deliver Amity Senior Balloons. We need an army to help make this event a great success. Operation Senior Balloons begins on Friday, June 10th at 11:00 a.m – 9:00 p.m. andSaturday June 11th 9:00 am – 3:00 pm  in the ARHS cafe.  Please consider signing up for a time slot here. If you can only do an hour, that is fine.  We appreciate any time you can give to this event. Thank you for your support.

If you have any questions, contact Kathy Sabitsky via e-mail: [email protected]

Amity Graduation Day is Wednesday, June 15 at 4 p.m.

 

Originally Published on: Apr 29, 2016 @ 22:31