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MILLBROOK— At the Village Board meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 14, Mayor Rod Brown asked for a moment of silent prayer for the victims of the Texas church massacre. He then thanked all veterans for their service to the nation. He also voiced his pleasure that the firefighters exemption vote passed at the polls and that emergency volunteers will receive an incentive raise.

The goal of having public access cable for village meetings is moving along. NetEffx has been hired to install the public access equipment at Village Hall, and Tightrope, manufacturers of the equipment, will...

Millbrook

Painter with Muscular Distrophy at The Fountains: When art and beauty make all things possible: Kim Schneider

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MILLBROOK— The Fountains in Millbrook has many programs for its residents. The senior facility boasts two art studios, one in the assisted living facility and another in The Inn, which is more acclimated to serving those in need of medical services.

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Village discusses water and recreation space

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MILLBROOK — A Village Board meeting was held Tuesday, Sept. 26. 
David Daniele, of Quarryland Realty, asked for permission to be included in the village water system, for a property located in the town of Washington. Because of ongoing water concerns, it is preferred that no new accounts be added to the Millbrook water system. Scott Osborne, VRI plant manager, will be asked to weigh in on this request. 

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Gala of Angels at Walbridge Farm

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MILLBROOK — With a mix of glitter and hay, the first Gala of Angels took place at Walbridge Farm on Saturday, Oct. 7. With proceeds going to the Angels of Light Foundation, community spirit was high. 
There were canapé and drink trays circulating and music playing — the whole affair was both welcoming and festive.

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Celebrating the fall season, with festival at town park

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MILLBROOK — The first Fall Festival at the Town of Washington Park took place on Saturday, Sept. 30, with music, vendors and lots of soccer games.
While many different teams played on the field, the area around the field was filled with vendor kiosks. The items for sale were diverse. Tables were set up for outdoor eating. Fanelli’s didn’t disappoint, with hot dogs, sausage and peppers and French fries.
There were also farm stands, where local fruits and vegetables could be purchased, as well as cheeses. Maura’s Restaurant was on hand.

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Lucretia Mott and her Millbrook past

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MILLBROOK— Lucretia Mott is not a name heard very often these days. While she was widely known during her time, she was never recognized as much as some of the women she stood with, such as Susan. B. Anthony or Elizabeth Cady Stanton. 
In a presentation on Thursday, Sept. 21, Millbrook Historical Society Vice President Robert McHugh explained the reason for that. 

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Bar Harbor Music Festival in perfect setting

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Annual Fine Home Source show a success

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MILLBROOK — The 10th Annual Fine Home Source show on Saturday, Sept. 23, did not disappoint. It was as full and exciting as ever, with repeat and new vendors, music, food and fashion.
Larry Ham, jazz pianist, played at intervals throughout the day. At one point, the Evergreen Chorus, an award-winning Sweet Adeline group, sang a capella to the delight of the audience.
For some, it was a chance to check out ideas and products for the home, and for others, it was a day out to enjoy with the family.

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Halloween on the horizon

The 10th Annual Fine Home Source show on Saturday, Sept. 23 was declared a success. Here, Sky Fareira, 1, was just fine being part of a pumpkin patch. Sky is from Millbrook. For full story, see Annual Fine Home Source show a success.

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Dutchess Day School welcomes new head of school

MILLBROOK— With new head of school Matt Heard at the helm, Dutchess Day School started its 62nd school year on Thursday, Sept. 7. 
Prior to coming to Dutchess Day, Heard served as head of upper school at the Fay School in Southborough, Mass., the oldest junior boarding school in the country. Before that, he was the assistant head at The Tuxedo Park School for almost a decade. 

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Washington awards bids, hears about National Library Sign Up Month

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WASHINGTON — At the  Thursday, Sept. 14, Town Board  meeting, town Supervisor Gary Ciferri introduced Stephanie Harrison, director of the Millbrook Library, who spoke about this being National Library Sign Up Month. Harrison spoke of the volume of visitors who pass through the library each year, and about the services provided by the library. She also thanked the town for its ongoing support.

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