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MILLBROOK — Saturday, Sept. 22, is the date of a must- attend event: the 11th Annual Fine Home Source Show — and it promises to be the biggest yet.

Once again, Crisp Architects will be sponsoring this annual fall event, which gets more popular each year. Admission is free, but a $2 donation can be made to the Millbrook Rotary Shelter Box.

From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., more than 65 vendors will display their merchandise in the big white tent in front of the Band Shell on Franklin Avenue. The 2017 show attracted more than 600 visitors, and 2018 looks to attract even...

Millbrook

Tigers, elephants and camels, oh my!

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MILLBROOK — Where can you find two camels, three elephants, five tigers and clowns in Dutchess County? On Saturday, June 18, the answer was Millbrook, thanks to the Millbrook Lions Club. That’s when the Kelly Miller Circus took over the village.
The Kelly Miller Circus travels to different small towns throughout the county every year. It last visited Millbrook in 2008.

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Courtroom to be renovated this summer

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WASHINGTON — Town Board members discussed upcoming and critical renovations to the courtroom during their meeting Thursday, June 9.
“The purpose of the renovations to the courtroom is too allow the judges some room to sit privately with perpetrators,” said Florence Prisco, town supervisor. “At this point the judges have no place to sit in this room with privacy. They have asked for years [for] a little private room.”

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Rotary Scholarships

Julian Mostachetti

MILLBROOK — Each year the Rotary Club of Millbrook awards a $5,000 scholarship to an outstanding student at Millbrook High School. The Rotary Scholarship is for general achievement and this year goes to Julian Mostachetti. Julian exemplifies the Rotary motto of “service above self.” He has been a leader of the Rotary Interact Club in Millbrook and a volunteer within the community and abroad.

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Rotary Scholarships

Arden Schulhoff

MILLBROOK — Nearly 20 years ago, the Millbrook community lost an inspiring individual, Vol Mason. As superintendent of the Millbrook Central School District, he was active in the community and also heavily involved in the Rotary Club. So great was his impact that the Millbrook Rotary Club established a scholarship in his honor. Aligned with Mason’s interests, this scholarship is given in recognition of the abilities of a student who has shown an aptitude for vocational skills. This year the recipient was Arden Schulhoff.

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Rotary Scholarships

Brian Worthington

MILLBROOK — In 2009, the HasBrouck family and the Millbrook Rotary Club created a scholarship in honor of longtime Millbrook residents William and Mary HasBrouck.
The HasBroucks volunteered tirelessly for their community. Many, many hours of the family’s time was spent assisting Lyall Federal Church, Meals on Wheels, the local Planning Board, the Soil and Water District, the Boy Scouts and the Millbrook Rotary Club, to name a few. Professionally, Bill HasBrouck was the Department of Agriculture district director and Mary HasBrouck was a Millbrook elementary school teacher.

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Washington wetlands law on the books

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WASHINGTON — Local Law No. 1 of 2011, entitled, “Wetlands and Watercourses Law of the Town of Washington,” was adopted by the Washington Town Board on Thursday, May 12. The purpose of the local law it to protect the health, safety and welfare of the Washington community by preventing harm to the wetlands, as stated in the resolution. The term“wetlands” applies to diverse water bodies and is referred to in the law as “regulated areas.”

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Millbrook School District strives for perfection in music

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MILLBROOK — “Music is one of those areas where perfection is what we strive for,” said Craig Fryer, music teacher for the Millbrook High School.
As music teacher for the high school, Fryer has applied his passion for instrumental music to the school since 1993. Coming to Millbrook High School after teaching in the City of Poughkeepsie School District from 1982 to 1993, he came to build the instrumental program.

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Rockin’ the night away with Elvis

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MILLBROOK — Saturday, June 11, Elvis fans came out to the St. Joseph School’s first ever Elvis Presley Tribute. Michael Vegas is an Elvis tribute artist; he performed with his band at the event. Rosalie Fegan, head of St. Joseph’s School, said that Vegas is from Westchester County and regularly performs at Traditions 118 restaurant in Garnite Springs.

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Dutchess Day School graduates

MILLBROOK — The eighth-grade students at Dutchess Day School became the 52nd class of Dutchess Day School graduates on Saturday, June 11. With the girls in white dresses and the boys wearing blue blazers and khakis, the group processed into the Bontecou gymnasium at 10 a.m.
Graduating were David Akst, Nicholas Akst, Hailey Conger, Alexander Dornemann, Erica Doyle, Jharana Greene, Hannah Hill, Anastasia Mitchell, Lillian Oyen-Ustad, Chelsea Paglia, Alexander Quartararo, Nicholas Salnikoff, Hugo Wasserman and Bernadette Winby.

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Bird song focus of discussion at the Cary Institute

MILLBROOK — The hills are alive with the sound of male songbirds. For most of us, this persistent chirp, cackle, whistle and tweet is little more than background chatter, inconsequential and, in any case, indecipherable. But between birds, science has learned, it is richly communicative.
Early in May at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies’ auditorium in Millbrook, a standing-room-only crowd of bird lovers turned up to see and hear one of the world’s foremost ornithologists explain a bit about where bird songs originate and why birds sing the way they do.

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