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Year in Montville Photos: A Look Back at 2012

Check out what we captured on camera this year.

This year was nothing short of eventful with a presidential election that happened to fall just days after a superstorm that left Montville without power for days and, in some cases, weeks.

We put together a few of our favorite images from the past year.

Have a good one we missed? Feel free to upload it to our gallery by clicking "Upload Photos and Videos."

Jamie December 26, 2012 at 01:09 PM
In addition to the dedication of the Michelle Sullivan Memorial Field to comemmorate the tournament in her honor, there was another first in Montville and MBSA history. The U-14 Lady Mustangs (Black) was the first Montville team to ever win a bracket in the tournament since inception 13 years ago. Under the leadership of Coach/ Mayor Tim Braden, the Lady Mustangs were composed of age-eligible HS freshmen, the sort of which Montville would typically be beaten by year after year by other towns. Hats off to Mr. Braden for envisioning the team the year prior, Coach Immediata for releasing the freshman Varsity girls for the tournament and especially to the girls, themselves, who were an unusually talented group and dedicated to the vision throughout the year of winning the Tournament in 2012. The event is chronicled on the Patch Michelle Fund 5/7/2012.
Andie December 26, 2012 at 01:32 PM
Montville is so great!
Sarah F. December 26, 2012 at 01:59 PM
I live right by this field and I just love seeing the memorial sign for Michelle. I think of this family when I walk by. I am so glad they renovated these fields for our community. I love this photo.
Sarah F. December 26, 2012 at 02:00 PM
We love Prince!

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