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Lanesborough Elementary School held its annual Vocabulary Day Parade.
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Lanesborough Elementary School held its annual Vocabulary Day Parade
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Lanesborough Elementary School held its annual Vocabulary Day Parade
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Lanesborough Elementary School held its annual Vocabulary Day Parade

Lanesborough Elementary School Holds 'Vocabulary Parade'

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LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Lanesborough Elementary School held its annual Vocabulary Day Parade on Nov. 22.

Students in kindergarten through sixth grade dressed up in colorful and creative costumes signifying words of their choosing. Both new additions to students' vocabulary and old favorites were portrayed, with students dressed up to represent words like "festival," "currency," "claustrophobia" and "illuminate."



"Not only is the parade a lot of fun for students, their parents, and the whole school community, but the vocabulary parade is a time kids will acquire new words as well," Principal Martin McEvoy said. "Non-linguistic representations have been shown to be powerful learning agents, and it is also an opportunity for us to foster the love of words and language in our students.


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Hubbard Wins Lanesborough Board of Selectmen Seat

By Andy McKeeveriBerkshires Staff

Hubbard owns the Mount Greylock Campsite Park on Scott Road.
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — Gordon Hubbard will join the Board of Selectmen after defeating Robert Ericson on Tuesday.
 
Hubbard reeled in 269 votes to Ericson's 114.
 
Hubbard is the owner of the Mount Greylock Campsite Park and campaigned on his wide-ranging experience in teaching, school administration, volunteer firefighter, an emergency medical technician, and now as a business owner running a "mini-village" that is the campgrounds. 
 
"I'm excited and invigorated. I'm humbled that the citizens have trusted me to serve as their Selectmen," Hubbard said Tuesday night after hearing the results. 
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