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Colorful, traditional and educational, Millbrook High School’s Japan Club presented a re-enactment of a Shinto wedding ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 11, at the high school. It was presented along with the Mid-Hudson Japan Education Community Association. The program was also supported by the Japan Education Center and the Northeastern Woodworkers Association of Mid-Hudson’s Poughkeepsie Chapter, and was made possible by funding from the Millbrook Education Foundation, Arts Mid-Hudson and individual donations. The wedding tea ceremony was enacted by bride, Katerina...

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Rotary scholarships awarded

MILLBROOK — On Thursday, June 7, the Millbrook Rotary Club presented four scholarships to seniors from Millbrook High School. Incoming Club President Mona Staaf-Gunther presented the awards.
The Vol Mason scholarship is awarded to a student who has excelled in the area of vocational education. This year’s Vol Mason Scholarship was awarded to Bailey Minnerly.

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Students get all wet

On Wednesday and Thursday, June 6 and 7, third-graders at  Seymour Smith Intermediate Learning Center participated in a water cycle program at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies.  The FRIENDS of the Pine Plains Free Library group has been arranging and sponsoring this event for five years, which coordinates with the third-grade curriculum. This year’s trip was organized by FRIENDS Treasurer Jean Osofsky. The Cary Institute’s Michelle Forster, above,  led the program.

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Dutchess Day School’s 59th commencement

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BOE discusses team merger

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MILLBROOK— The Board of Education (BOE) of the Millbrook Central School District held a meeting on Monday, May 21. Board member John O’Donnell, Vice President Thomas Lehmkuhl and President John Rudy were not present.
The annual budget was passed on Election Day, with 281 ayes and 52 nays. BOE President Rudy was re-elected and Claudia Heunis was also elected to the board.
Lynda Sickler was appointed as the special education records management officer for 2017-18 school, at no additional salary.

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Millbrook High School celebrates graduation of 80

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MILLBROOK — Amid cheers and applause, 80 Millbrook students graduated in an outdoor ceremony on the athletic field on Friday, June 22. Families and friends enjoyed the cool weather, grateful that the rain held off, and celebrated the students’ accomplishments for the last time at Millbrook. A great many of them are going on to college, and while they will be missed, the community is proud of the students who have earned their diplomas.

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New graduates

From left, Patrick Scribner, Ryan Wolff, Zane Every and Steven Bryant not only went to Millbrook High School together, but also shared experiences as Boy Scouts in Millbrook. For full story and more photos, see Millbrook High School celebrates graduation of 80.

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$36.8 million BOCES project seeks funding support

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Cary Institute’s Art + Science Camp merges the best of two worlds

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MILLBROOK — Arts Mid-Hudson awarded the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook one of its Arts Learning Grants in May, to a tune of $1,422. The grants were given to artists and organizations throughout Dutchess, Orange and Ulster counties.

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Town of Washington explores solar energy

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WASHINGTON — More than 25 people filled the Town Hall meeting room on Thursday, June 14, to discuss the proposed amendment  to the zoning code concerning solar energy and wind energy systems. The public hearing on Local Law No. 1 followed a moratorium on passing laws dealing with solar energy so that a committee could focus on town needs and wants.

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Public meets to discuss BOE’s self-study results

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MILLBROOK— With a gathering of close to 200 people, a public forum presented by the Millbrook Central School District (MCSD) Board of Education (BOE) was held at the firehouse on Monday, June 11. The goal was to discuss the findings of the study authorized by the board, what it means to the school district and how it will affect Millbrook residents.
The meeting was opened by BOE President John Rudy, and was facilitated by Carole Martin of Carole Martin Consulting. Martin has also been working with the Thorn Building Committee.

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