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Local author and member of the Millbrook community, Bryan Bunch, has a new book on the topic of STEM subjects on sale at Merritt Bookstore, Amazon and elsewhere. Photo submitted

Local author Bryan Bunch adds to his extensive collection

MILLBROOK — Bryan Bunch is a prolific author, and what he writes about is astounding, because his books cover such a wide range of topics. His first love is math and the history of math, but the subject of his other books include science, gardening, people and current and past events. 


Pam Freeman, center, loving her free time with, standing from left: son Scott, husband Denis and son Alex; kneeling at left is Scott’s girlfriend, Sammi. Also in the photo is their family dog and the puppy they are training to become a seeing eye dog. Photo submitted

Pam Freeman actually retire? That seemed to be the plan

MILLBROOK — People usually think of retirement as a time to relax and enjoy some leisure time — time to relax and take it easy. That may be true for some, but that is not the case for Pam Freeman.


From left, Treasurer of the Pleasant Valley Rotary Kathy Kruger; Past District Governor Cindie Kish; Assistant District Governor Maureen Gates; President of the Pleasant Valley Rotary David Kruger; outgoing Millbrook Rotary President Mona Staaf-Gunther; and Rotary District Governor Elect Mike Polasek at the Rotary dinner on May 19. Photo by Judith o’Hara Balfe

Rotary Club holds dinner at Town Park

WASHINGTON — With perfect weather and a sense of returning to normal after 14 months of suffering through the COVID-19 pandemic, the Millbrook Rotary Club held a dinner meeting on Wednesday, May 19, at the Washington Town Park. About 45 people attended, sharing fellowship, a little business and some excellent food from the Millbrook Café.


From left, President of the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Joshua Ginsberg, U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado (NY-D-19) and Senior Cary Scientist Rick Ostfeld met on Tuesday, May 25, at the Cary Institute, where Delgado announced the STAMP Out Lyme Disease Act, in the hopes of creating additional funding for Lyme disease awareness and research. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

Fighting to STAMP Out Lyme Disease

MILLBROOK — Despite the fact that few things coming out of Washington, D.C., are bipartisan these days, U.S. Rep.

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