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A limited-edition print of the Dec. 7, 2022, cover of TIME magazine signed by the artist is one of the many lots in an art auction to benefit relief in Ukraine. Photo submitted

Art auction, fundraiser for Ukraine relief

MILLERTON —  At the start of the war in Ukraine in February 2022, Cellmark Inc. executive Andre Wlodar and his wife, Kim Schmidt-Wlodar, an art dealer, knew they wanted to do something locally to help, and they did, raising $500,000 in aid for Ukrainian refugees and orphans.

The Millerton Inn, 53 Main St. in Millerton, will kick off this year’s Dine Out for History series, to benefit the North East Historical Society, on Sunday, Jan. 29. Photo by John Coston

Dine Out for History series returns after two-year hiatus

MILLERTON — The North East Historical Society is bringing back its Dine Out for History series, in which it collaborates with area restaurants to help preserve the region’s past. The series went on hiatus in mid-March 2020 because of the outbreak of COVID-19.

Local documentarian Susan Strickler, left, joined producer Mitchie Takeuchi onstage at the Moviehouse in Millerton following the Salisbury Forum screening of “The Vow From Hiroshima” on Sunday, Jan. 15. Photo By Leila Hawken

Hiroshima film to gain a national audience

MILLERTON — A screening of the new documentary film “The Vow from Hiroshima” was held at the Millerton Moviehouse on Sunday, Jan. 15. A near-capacity audience attended the program that was sponsored by the Salisbury Forum, staying to continue the conversation that the film invited.

Photo by Deborah Maier

‘Taters and talk

Left to right:  Mark Harney, Moon in the Pond Farm owner Dominic Palumbo, Charlie Pratt and George Muller engage in conversation on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022, at the last indoor Millerton Farmers Market of the season, held at the Millerton Methodist Church.

Teacher and student are happily reunited at the NorthEast-Millerton Library, with retired Webutuck Elementary School teacher Lynn Buckley joining her former second grade student Avery Wickwire as they assume their new jobs, she as youth services coordinator and he as library clerk. Photo By Rhiannon Leo-Jameson

NorthEast-Millerton Library welcomes new staff members

MILLERTON — With all the gifts of donations and grants the NorthEast-Millerton Library received this year, none are more welcome than the two human ones, who have decked the halls there by their very presence.

Village of Millerton Mayor Jennifer Najdek, left,  hosted the inauguration of the village’s first public electric vehicle charging station on Thursday, Dec. 15, on Century Boulevard. Millerton’s Climate Smart Task Force leader, Kathy Chow, is at right. Photo by Griffin Cooper

Millerton gets EV charging station

MILLERTON — The Village of Millerton cut the ribbon on its first electric vehicle (EV) charging station on Thursday, Dec. 15.

The premiere piece of equipment, located on Century Boulevard, will operate 24/7 and will be made available to anyone with any brand of electric vehicle.

Michelle Smith helped prepare for a, Saturday, Dec. 3, Free Toy Give-Away at The NorthEast-Millerton Library Annex at 28 Century Blvd. which was co-sponsored by the Webutuck Teachers’ Association. Dozens of “shoppers” lined up for the event an hour before opening to get their pick from the  hundreds of items which had been left over from previous Adopt-a-Family and Teachers’ association events. Head Librarian Rhiannon Leo-Jameson reported that everything was gone within a half an hour. Photo by Rhiannon Leo Jameson

Adopt-a-Family marks another year of giving

MILLERTON — Although  there have been many changes over its three decades of operation, Adopt-a-Family is once again bringing holiday joy to children from infancy to the age of 13 in the Webutuck and Pine Plains school districts, thanks to the hard working elves under the direction of Stacey and Vicki Moore at Moore and More printing in Millerto


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