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MILLBROOK — On Tuesday, June 11, the Village Board met and reopened a public hearing on zoning maps. This is an ongoing process and the hearing will remain open until the process is complete.

Mayor Rodney Brown has stated that there are no zoning changes. For instance, the bakery (now closed), is in a place allowed for that particular business. Most sites are zoned correctly, he said, also considering historic knowledge of use. Code Enforcement Officer and Building Inspector Ken McLaughlin will go through the zoning to look for inconsistencies.

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‘Bye, Bye Birdie,’ hello, Hollywood

Millbrook High School students Ashleigh Schreider, (left) and Jojo Couert were already in character before the premiere of “Bye, Bye Birdie,” as they held up “Save Conrad” signs while audience members filed into the theater.

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A harmonious celebration

On Saturday, March 10, the Millbrook Public Library held a Celtic Fest and Quilt Extravaganza. Front, from left, Ryan Hall, Kay Shulman, Julie Berman and Jim Paradies performed as members of the Julie Berman Violin Ensemble.

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‘Bye, Bye Birdie’ hits Millbrook High School

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MILLBROOK — The classic musical production, “Bye, Bye Birdie,” will be performed by the Millbrook High School Drama Club, 97 Miles off Broadway, on Friday, March 9, at 7 p.m., Saturday, March 10, at 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 11, at 2 p.m.

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Environmental stewardship award seeks nominees

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MILLBROOK — Those who volunteer to help their local environmental community may qualify for two new annual awards offered by the Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County (CCEDC). The first will recognize a Dutchess County municipality for its outstanding local environmental stewardship and the second will single out a Dutchess County volunteer of the year.

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Dutchess Day School holds science fair

MILLBROOK — Dutchess Day School hosted a science fair on Tuesday, Feb. 28, open to students in grades four through eight. Students posited various questions and presented results to judges.
Eighth-grader Gavin Schneible asked, “Do different materials affect the pressure of a fire extinguisher?” while seventh-grader Peter Fousek looked at different windmill blade designs.

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Lions pick winning posters

MILLBROOK — The Millbrook Lions Club honored the local winners of the Annual Peace Poster contest at its monthly meeting on Feb. 15.
Jack Bellardo and Rose Grosskoph, both eighth-graders at St. Joseph’s School in Millbrook, received a $50 gift certificate to the Merritt Bookstore for posters depicting a world without violence.

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Millbrook Scout paints his path to becoming an Eagle

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MILLBROOK — Isaac Toonkel is a 17-year-old senior at Millbrook High School who is soon to be an Eagle Scout for Pack 31. To become an Eagle Scout, a Boy Scout must complete a community service project, such as building a bench for a local park.
Toonkel said he knew for his project he wanted to use art because it is his passion; it’s also something that the community could see and enjoy. Toonkel decided to paint a mural in the Millbrook Public Library.

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Taking steps to Hunt for a Cure

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MILLBROOK — “My uncle was 53 when he passed away from lung cancer. I watched the whole thing happen. It was awful. I really couldn’t deal with it. I thought what could I do and decided to throw together a fundraiser,” said Danielle Grosse, founder and president of Hunting for a Cure, a not-for-profit organization that seeks to find a cure for lung cancer.

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Middle school jumps high for hearts

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MILLBROOK — Students of Millbrook Middle School jumped high for Jump Rope for Heart on Thursday, Feb. 23.
In the middle school gym students were ready to have fun and get some exercise, all while raising awareness for the national fundraising program, which teaches young children about community service, healthy living and physical activity.

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Culinary camping food for Boy Scout ceremony

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MILLBROOK — Six 5th-grade boys began the evening as Webelos II and left as Boy Scouts during the annual Blue & Gold Banquet on Friday, Feb. 24. The families of Pack 31 gathered at Alden Place Elementary in Millbrook for a special community evening.

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