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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.

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Millbrook

Town looks at possible solar field moratorium

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WASHINGTON— The Town Board at its meeting last week discussed the use and abuse of solar power, and whether there should be a moratorium. 
Past discussions have noted that the town of Washington and the village of Millbrook want to keep their rustic feel, and large fields of solar panels could be a blight on the pastoral community. 
Town Supervisor Gary Ciferri asked Washington town attorney Jeff Battistoni to discuss a possible solar law.

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Library gallery hosts female artists

MILLBROOK— The Gallery at the Millbrook Library is exhibiting the work of eight women artists through August. The opening reception was held on Friday, July 14, and all the artists were on hand to discuss their work, which included paintings, drawings, quilts, fabric art and mixed media. There were still lifes, portraits and landscapes as well as many miniature paintings of animals. 
Refreshments were plentiful, with lemonade and tea. 

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Historical Tavern Trail winds its way through Millbrook

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MILLBROOK — Charlotte’s restaurant in Millbrook has come a long way from its beginnings as a church, a speakeasy and, later, a theater. Its intriguing history was a major part of the Millbrook Historical Society’s recent meeting, which hosted the Dutchess County Historic Tavern Trail Tour on Friday, July 14. 

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BOE organizes for 2017-18

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MILLBROOK— A new president and vice president were sworn in at the Millbrook Board of Education (BOE) organizational meeting on Monday, July 10. 
After the meeting was opened by District Clerk Mary Lou Janelli, the board unanimously voted former Vice President John Rudy to the position of president, and board member Thomas Lehmkuhl to the office of vice president. Janelli swore them both in. 
Lehmkuhl was re-elected to the board in the election last May. Howard Shapiro, who was elected for his first term in office in May, was also sworn in. 

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Walbridge festival showcases life on the farm

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MILLBROOK— Cheryl and Doug Giles opened up Walbridge Farm to the public again this July for the Seventh Annual Farm Festival. With more than 1,000 acres, they have cows, chickens, goats, pigs and lots and lots of hay.
On Saturday, July 15, the farm also had hayrides, a mechanical bucking bronco and for the less adventurous, a bouncy house. There were also bean toss games, balloon artists and face painting. 

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Farm Fest Fantastic!

Molly Jackson, 9, with brother Noah, 2, hail from Manhattan but spend time in the area each summer. They stopped by the Walbridge Farm Festival on Saturday, July 15. A little mud didn’t seem to bother the youngsters or the cows they were admiring. For another photo and full story, visit Walbridge festival showcases life on the farm.

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Laura Bleau’s portraits in pastel at Merritt Bookstore

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MILLBROOK — A reception was held to celebrate the work of contemporary artist Laura Bleau at the Merritt Bookstore Gallery on Saturday, July 8. Wine, cheese and artistic discussions were plentiful, and the exhibit was enjoyed by all who attended.
Bleau paints in pastels. There are 25 works on display at Merritt, and only three of them are not portraits. Most of the subjects are very casually posed, male, female, young and old. Some are full body, others are mostly torsos, some contain more color than others, but all of them are striking in their naturalness. 

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Cary hosts forum on translational ecology

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MILLBROOK — The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies hosted more than 80 undergraduate and graduate students from around the country on Friday, July 7, offering a look at careers in the fields of science and ecology. 
The program was divided into three parts, with speakers who also talked individually to students about translational ecology and related fields. 
Josh Ginsberg, president of Cary Institute, welcomed the group. 

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2017 Annual Millbrook Fireman’s Parade and Carnival successful, fun

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MILLBROOK — Saturday, July 8, was the last night of the annual Fireman’s Carnival and the night of its parade — the biggest in Dutchess County. In spite of rain nearby, Millbrook stayed dry and the parade, with more than 20 different fire companies participating, took place at 6 p.m. The parade route took fire companies, police officers and marching bands up Franklin Avenue, ending at the Thorne Building and the site of the carnival. 

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Dutchess County 4-H hopes to grow alumni and friends group

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MILLBROOK — When Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County (CCEDC) 4-H Youth Development Program Leader Jane Rodd called for a recent meeting, it was not to recruit more youngsters, as is frequently the case with such meetings. It was to brainstorm about bringing members — past and present — together to form a committee of friends and alumnae of Dutchess 4-H’ers.
About 30 people attended. They shared memories while reviewing photos from the 4-H archives. Many guests found pictures of people they knew, and, for some, photos of themselves. 

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