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Apr 242014
 
Jake was found this morning.

Jake was found this morning.

Do you know Jake?

This little Bichon was found by a teacher on Ridge Road in Orange this morning. He was terribly matted and thirsty.

Jake is identified by a tag attached to his peace/love rescue collar (with peace signs, dog paws and hearts) and a phone number.

Unfortunately, the phone number – 203-624-1857 – has been disconnected and the owner cannot be reached.

Update: The little guy was cared for at Turkey Hill School where the teacher works, and then the Milford-Orange Animal Control picked him up around 10 a.m.

The animal control officer said they would clean Jake up, and he is there now. Call 203-783-3279 and help Jake get back home or to see him. If he is not claimed, he would be up for adoption after a certain amount of time.

We hope he gets a second chance at happiness.

 

Original story: Currently, at 9:15 a.m., Jake is in the teacher’s car in the Turkey Hill School parking lot with water and a blanket. But not for long, the Milford-Orange Animal Control will  be picking him up soon.

If you recognize Jake or the phone number, please e-mail Orange Live or call the school at 203-891-8040 (before 10 p.m.) or call Animal Control at 203-783-3279 and help Jake get back home.

Apr 232014
 

IMG_7914The Amity Varsity Golf Team sunk Lyman Hall 171-199 in Wallingford on Tuesday. (Wallingford Country Club, Par 35)

Amity’s Brent Marieb was the Medalist with 39; Brett McNeil shot a 42; Billy Emery, 44; and Max Kauffman, 46.

Lyman Hall: Kevin Mooney shot a 41; Justin Seledyn, 48; Jake Hunt, 52; and Trevor Biel, 58.


Records: Lyman Hall  0-4; Amity 5-1

 

 

 

Apr 232014
 

250px-Orange_CT_town_hallThe Orange Board of Finance will host a Public Hearing at the High Plains Community Center Gym, Wednesday, April 23 at 7:30 p.m.

Te hearing is for the express purpose of presenting the expenditures and proposed budget for the town for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015.

Residents may present oral and/or written comments.

The proposed budget is now available for examination in the Town Clerk’s Office at Town Hall.

 

Originally  Published on: Apr 2, 2014 @ 22:30

Apr 232014
 

Screen shot 2014-04-06 at 6.21.22 PMThe Amity Link Crew will host a fundraiser at Chip’s Restaurant, 321 Boston Post Road, on Tuesday, April 29.

Admission is $10 and includes 2 buttermilk pancakes, 2 bacon or sausage, 2 eggs, coffee or tea.

Seatings are at 5, 6, and 7 p.m.

Link Crew is a group of trained volunteer students who take incoming freshmen under their wings as they transition into high school.

Originally Published on: Apr 6, 2014 @ 18:23

Apr 232014
 
Screen shot 2014-04-23 at 10.08.12 AMWith all the chaos that surrounded Peck Place School this year, Parents and administrators had to find inventive ways to make everything work as seamlessly as possible to minimize disruption to the students’ lives.
One annual event that everyone looks forward to is the 5k Road Race, but since the school was out of bounds, organizers had to find an alternative location to make it happen this year.
Jamie Beaudette went before the Board of Selectmen and asked the Park & Rec Commission if the school could use the High Plains Community Center as a starting point and use the certified Chilly Chili Run route for their fundraiser. It was approved without any problems and so, here is the information you need to take part in this great fundraising event.
Here is their notice:
Please join in supporting the Peck Place School by participating in the Second Annual 5k Road Race, Saturday, May 17.   The race/walk starts promptly at 8:30 a.m. with check in/day of event registration starting at 6:30 a.m. at the High Plains Community Center (Orange Fairgrounds) 525 Orange Center Road.
In addition to the race/walk,  we will have many interesting things for children to do and opportunities for everyone to learn about health and wellness.  To register visit www.hiteckracing.com and search by the date — May 17, 2014 — and the race name.  All registered runners/walkers will receive a swag bag complete with a race t-shirt and lots of fantastic items from local sponsors.Pre-Registration:  $25 adults / $10 students
Day of Registration:  $35 adults / $10 students
Street Address of Event: High Plains Community Center, Orange Center Road, Orange CT
Date and Time of Event: May 17, 2014 8:00 am

Apr 232014
 

DSC03259The Orange Volunteer Fire Department in conjunction with the Yankee Council of Boy Scouts is starting a Fire Explorer Program for young members of the Orange Community.

Any male or female between the ages of 13 and 17, and their parents, who would like to participate in this program, are encouraged to attend an open house at Station – 2 on the Post Road, on Wednesday April 30 from 6:30 to 9:00 PM.

This meeting will explain the program to the participants and their parents and will have applications for those who would like to sign up.

Refreshments will be served.

Parents may call advisor Peter Boppert at 203-799-2760 for additional information.

 

Apr 232014
 

IMG_8873The Amity Varsity Tennis Team defeated Xavier 7-0 in Woodbridge on Monday April 21.

Singles:

Jason Seidman (A) def Richard Ciamarra 3-6, 6-2, 6-2

Max Einbinder (A) def Trevor Morris 6-1, 6-0

Jarred Pepper (A) def. James Rosborough 6-0, 6-0

Marco Canepa (A) def. Michael Higgins 6-0,6-0

Doubles:

Nick Sabatelli/Noah Gallant (A) def. Rob Borea/Dylan Amble 6-4, 6-2

Jake Noyes/Gabe Betancur (A) def John Borea/Garrett Baker 6-2, 6-0

Nathan Brownstein/Kolby Santos (A) def Matt Ferris/Jack Curran 6-1, 6-3

 

Apr 222014
 

IMG_9121The Amity Spartans Boys Lacrosse team showed Jonathan Law how the game is supposed to be played on Tuesday afternoon in Woodbridge.

The Lawmen played hard, staying on top of their men throughout the game but scoring was a problem.

Amity outshot Law 19-10

Two Amity goalies took turns working the net: Evan Campbell made 3 saves and James Chapman had 1.

Law’s Goalkeeper Paul Johnson made 3 saves for the Lawmen.

Scoring

Amity: Kyle Sullivan 3 goals, 2 assists; Nick Mazzacco 2 goals; Steve Sember and Joe Choiniere 1 each had 1 goal and 1 assist; Jesse Cala 1 goal, 2 assists,
Ajay King,  Matt Attolino, Tyler Burns, Nick Coassin, Jake Cala, and Sean Grenier each made 1 goal. Bubba Pignataro had 2 assists.

Law: Tyler Cavallaro scored the solitary goal for the Lawmen with 2:39 left in the third quarter.

Amity                    6 – 3 – 5 – 0 = 14
Jonathan Law   0 – 0 – 1 – 0 =   1

The Spartans play Wilbur Cross-Career-Hyde on Friday, April 25 at 4 p.m. 

The following CIAC schools participate in boys lacrosse:  Amity Regional, Branford 15-2, Cheshire, Daniel Hand, Fairfield Prep, Foran, Guilford 10-7, Jonathan Law 14-1, Hamden, North Haven, Notre Dame, Shelton, West Haven, Wilbur Cross-Career-Hyde, Xavier

Non-conference Games

Notre Dame-West Haven 8-7

Lyman Hall 17-2

Amity is now 5-0 for the season. 

 

Apr 202014
 

a8c8a98c6bb58057101c97392d64f86cA Parenting Program on bullying will take place at the High Plains Community Center Cafeteria, Tuesday April 22, 7-8:30 p.m. 

Orange Youth Services and The Anti-Defamation League - A World of Difference Institute are offering a parenting session on Bullying entitled “What Do We Want for Our Children – What Parents Need to Know About Bullying- Strategies”  

The program will cover both elementary and middle school levels. There also will be a parent question and answer session.

Admission is free and snacks and refreshments will be provided.

NOTE: The program will be filmed by OGAT.

Apr 192014
 

town-of-orangeThe South Central Area Superintendents’ Association (SCASA) recently recognized six students from Orange (two from each of Orange’s three schools).

This program provides area Superintendents with the opportunity to recognize students’ accomplishments based on high academic achievement, strong extra-curricular involvement, and an important commitment to community service.

Recognized were Tess Csejka and Bassim Zafar from Peck Place School, Matea Salati and Elizabeth Cohen from Race Brook School, and Ameya Menta and Raymond Lu from Turkey Hill School.

The students were treated to a luncheon March 14 at Laurel View Country Club in Hamden.

 

 

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