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Kovner joins MCP board

MILLBROOK — The Millbrook Community Partnership (MCP) announced that Suzie Kovner, long-time patron of the arts and education advocate, has joined its board.

Kovner is a trustee of Carnegie Hall and founding member of the Drama Council at The Juilliard School with expertise in program development and non-profit management.


Artist Ed Schurig stood with his sculpture depicting various aspects of 9/11, before, after and forever, at The Fountains in Millbrook. The art was on display for one day only as a tribute and a remembrance of the tragic day. Photo by Judith O'Hara Balfe

Remembering Sept. 11 through art at The Fountains

MILLBROOK — On a rainy afternoon, 21 years after the fact, an artist at The Fountains senior living facility in Millbrook named Ed Schurig displayed his tribute to the lives lost on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.


Photo by Janet Manko

Millbrook means community

People of all ages celebrated Millbrook Community Day on Saturday, Sept. 10. Left to right, volunteers Shannon Rubino, Kathy Shanks and Raider cheerleader Mia Sullivan sold homebaked goods to benefit the Northern Dutchess Football team and cheerleaders.


The historic stained glass windows at Grace Church in Millbrook will be  conserved and then resituated, but first the church must raise another $40,000 for the total $75,000 cost of the project. Once the project is completed, the delicate panels will be able to be better viewed from the street. Photo by Judith O'Hara Balfe

Grace Church seeks funds to showcase stained glass window

MILLBROOK — A program at Grace Episcopal Church in Millbrook on Saturday afternoon, Aug. 12, spoke about the history of the church’s Resurrection Window. The window will shortly be transformed, if all goes well.


Above is a close replica of the sign that Millbrook Engine Hook & Ladder Co. #1 would like to purchase from its own budget and install to post community emergency service messages outside of the Millbrook firehouse at 20 Front St. Photo submitted

Millbrook Hook & Ladder Co. #1 comes under fire for newly proposed sign

MILLBROOK — During just two days in August,  the 9th and the 10th, the village of Millbrook went from being a peaceful little village to one embroiled in controversy. And it was all due to a sign.

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