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CVEF Mission Statement

Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation was founded in 2008 as an independent education foundation

The mission of CVEF is to promote excellence, innovation and creativity in education for the community and to support life-long learning in Durham and Middlefield.

Above: The Bee Attitudes, representing Church of the Epiphany were the trophy winners. Chris Balay, Dan Shoemaker, Thomas Kannam, Patricia Dynia and David Turley
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Below: The team that stole the show, Are You Smarter than a Sixth Grader?,
representing IDS won their swarm and took second place overall. Francesca Antonopoulos, Ethan Bardoe, Julia Cunningham, William Foster, and Jackson Meisner

Fall 2014 Newsletter Now Available
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Fall 2013 Newsletter Now Available
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CVEF Spring 2012 Newsletter now available
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Sarah Atwell receives the 2014 Howard Kelley Award
On December 11th, Sarah Atwell was presented with the 2014 Howard Kelley Volunteer Award at a reception held in her honor. Sarah exemplifies the mission of CVEF in support of lifelong learning and echoes Howard Kelley’s commitment to the importance of community involvement and spirit.
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CVEF awarded the following 10 grants in 2014
The 2015 grants cycle will kick-off with a grants workshop in late winter. Applications will be due in the spring.
(Read more about each grant and see photos)

2013 Trivia Bee was fun for All
Twenty-two teams participated in the Trivia Bee on March 22 held in the full to capacity Strong School gym.
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Bee winners: O Been Wan Kenobees
Chris Balay, Dan Shoemaker, Trish Dynia, Lisa Alonso and David Turley




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