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MILLBROOK — The first meeting of the year of the Millbrook Central School District Board of Education (BOE) was held on Tuesday, Jan. 8. The district started the New Year with a celebration after returning to Elm Drive Elementary School on Jan. 4, after the successful removal of mold from the building.

Several letters of resignation were accepted; Jennifer Walter, cafeteria worker, effective Dec. 18; and Neil Lipson, custodial staff, effective Feb. 16.

Other resignations included Daniel Haas, special education; Trace Keller, Earth science; and Anna Knapp, English...

Millbrook

Orvis Sandanona shoots for a weekend Game Fair

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MILLBROOK — Hunters and sporting good lovers alike gathered at the Orvis Sandanona shooting grounds in Millbrook for the fifth annual Game Fair and Orvis Cup 2011 on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 17 and 18.
Orvis Sandanona, a sporting course with clay shooting and fishing schools, expected to have 5,000 attendees for the Game Fair weekend. Crowds gathered for a brisk fall weekend on the Orvis grounds to enjoy demonstrations and shooting opportunities.

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The breakfast club

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MILLBROOK — This fall, students at the Millbrook High School might start their day with breakfast — at the school. On Monday, Aug. 29, Superintendent Lloyd Jaeger discussed with the Board of Education the new breakfast program.

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Planning Board business

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WASHINGTON — Tuesday, Sept. 6, the Washington Planning Board met for its monthly meeting.
First on the agenda was a site plan for Iannucci’s Stagecoach Market, located at 3699 Route 4, Mabbettsville. Joseph Iannucci returned to the Planning Board to seek approval for an application to request outdoor seating.

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Town talks farmland, building policies and recreation

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WASHINGTON — Thursday, Sept. 8, the Town Board met to discuss recent happenings in the town of Washington. The meeting began with a moment of silence to remember the victims of Sept. 11.
“I thought it was extremely profound, ” said Florence Prisco, town supervisor.
A generous gift
The town of Washington received a $25,000 gift from the Millbrook Tribute Gardens to go toward parkland expansion. This donation marks the fourth gift received from the Millbrook Tribute Garden this year.

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Home show Sept. 24

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MILLBROOK — For those who just moved into a new home or are looking to upgrade their renovated home, the Fine Home Source’s Home Show, hosted by Crisp Architects, promises to be just the thing.
The show will be held on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Millbrook Band Shell at 3327 Franklin Ave. There will be more than 40 exhibitors showing products for new or renovated homes.

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Millbrook BOE plans for future

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MILLBROOK — Wednesday, Sept. 14, the Millbrook Central School District’s Board of Education (BOE) invited the community to a public meeting to discuss a proposal to renovate the district’s athletic facilities.
The board hopes to educate the public on their plans before the community votes in early December.

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Community Day brings unity to Millbrook

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MILLBROOK — On Saturday, Sept. 10, the village of Millbrook’s sidewalks were filled with people from around the area to support businesses for Millbrook Community Day. The Millbrook Business Association (MBA) scheduled a long list of fun-filled events for the community, which started with the Farmers Market at 9 a.m. From 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. people were able to hear live music while browsing vendors’ stalls and stores. At the Thorne building donkey rides, face painting, sand art and a bounce house were available to children.

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Cardinal Hayes displays its artistic side

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MILLBROOK — Cardinal Hayes School for Special Children provides residential care and treatment for young people who are developmentally disabled. The nonprofit agency is celebrating its 70th year of service in Millbrook this year. On Sept. 9 and 10, Cardinal Hayes welcomed members of the community to the Cardinal Hayes Art Show. The show featured work by its residents in celebration of the anniversary.

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The Fountains residents remember 9/11

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MILLBROOK — On Sunday, Sept. 11, members of The Fountains retirement community in Millbrook came together to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and those who lost their lives that day. Community Life Director Teressa DelCampo asked residents if they would like to honor anyone who lost their life or helped save a life that day. She also welcomed residents to share their thoughts, experiences and reflections of Sept. 11.

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German film on location at Village Hall

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Millbrook — Three German television movies are currently being filmed around the Hudson Valley area. A scene from one of those films, “Leuchtturm mit Aussicht” (“Lighthouse with a View”), is being filmed at the Village Hall in Millbrook.
The film’s location scouts stumbled on the Village Hall by accident.

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