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Fountains resident and artist Del Snook posed for a photo at the recent art exhibit with two of his portraits beside him. One of the pieces was entitled “Mr. Bennett” and took a second-place prize. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

Years of skill and creativity go into Fountains art show

MILLBROOK — The Artists Group at The Fountains in Millbrook was happy to present its Annual Art Show after having missed the opportunity to do so last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Ethan Robbins sang and played guitar while Ariel Bernstein played the drums as part of Cold Chocolate’s performance at the Bandshell on Saturday, June 26, courtesy of the Millbrook Arts Group (MAG). Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

Cold Chocolate gives concert at the Bandshell

MILLBROOK — The ever-popular Millbrook Arts Group (MAG) presented its first concert of its Summer ‘21 series, with the Americana band, Cold Chocolate, on Saturday, June 26. The group is out of Boston and  is a favorite of the Millbrook community, having played in the village previously with its blend of funk, folk and blue grass.

The Millbrook High School Chorus performed at the Class of 2021’s graduation ceremony on Friday, June 25. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

Millbrook Blazers celebrate their graduation after a challenging 2021

MILLBROOK — Friday night, June 25, will be a night long remembered by the graduates of Millbrook High School. After more than a year of living through the COVID-19 pandemic, of learning sometimes remotely and sometimes in person, these seniors graduated in a ceremony and atmosphere where they were jubilant just to have things back to normal.

Chris LaBelle will join the Millbrook Central School District Board of Education on July 1. Photo submitted

Meet school board write-in winner Chris LaBelle

MILLBROOK — Chris LaBelle will be joining David Lavarnway on the Millbrook Central School District (MCSD) Board of Education (BOE) as one of its two newest members. Lavarnway was profiled in The Millerton News before the election; LaBelle was not, because she won as a write-in candidate, with 101 voters penning her name on their ballots.


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