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Park transformation

MILLERTON — Both the village of Millerton and the Millerton Community Park team have been blessed with beautiful fall weather for the past few weeks to allow construction for Phase One of the Eddie Collins Park’s nearly $8 million renovation to move forward.

A beloved member of the Millerton community and a pastor with more than six decades of service under his belt, Pastor Henry Prause from North East Baptist Church passed away on Friday, Nov. 5, at the age of 86. Photo submitted

Pastor Prause’s legacy in Millerton is strong, far reaching and impactful

MILLERTON — Even as residents were saddened to say goodbye to a treasured family member, friend and man of faith, Pastor Henry Prause’s legacy will live on through his service as pastor of the North East Baptist Church in Millerton and through the memories of his congregants and loved ones. Prause passed away on Friday, Nov.

Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Saluting our veterans

After being presented with a designation recognizing their service to their country, the lineup of local Vietnam-era veterans proceeded to salute and shake hands with members of Millerton’s American Legion Post 178.

Sunday in the Country Food Drive volunteer Zoe Gillet sold raffle tickets as part of the group’s fundraising efforts at the Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA) Brew-Ski Fest Oct. 10 at Satre Hill in Salisbury, Conn. The amount raised is a small portion of what's needed to provide the traditional Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets distributed through local food pantries in the region. Photo submitted

Sunday in the Country Food Drive continues to feed a need

MILLERTON — Families who are relying on the Sunday in the Country Food Drive (SITCFD) to provide traditional meals for Thanksgiving and Christmas will not be disappointed, according to program Director Bill Anstett, despite it being something of a struggle this year for the organization to meet its funding goals.

From left, Iris Wood, 5, and her sister, Jane, 11, prepared to go on a hike around Rudd Pond with their dog, Piper. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Community hike at Rudd Pond: A rainy, yet rewarding, walk in the woods

MILLERTON — Against the threatening weather forecast that drenched them with a cold autumn rainfall, area residents and hikers forged new connections with each other and the natural landscape at the Community Hike at Rudd Pond program held on Saturday, Nov. 13.

NorthEast-Millerton Library Director Rhiannon Leo-Jameson invited North East voter Andrew Stayman to browse the baked goods on display at the library’s annual Election Day Bake Sale in the lobby of the Library Annex. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

A ballot and a brownie

MILLERTON — The NorthEast-Millerton Library coaxed local voters to treat themselves to something sweet at the annual Election Day Bake Sale on Tuesday, Nov. 2.


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