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MILLERTON — They seem like ordinary citizens, going about their everyday activities while plying their talents behind closed door. Then once a year, their inner Elves emerge, and as if by magic the fruits of their labors appear at the NorthEast-Millerton Library Annex. There for one special day the building becomes Santa’s North East Pole as it houses the annual Holiday Craft Fair. 

The huge community room, often used for events such as concerts, movies, speakers and even elections, is filled with good cheer as neighbors visit with neighbors while they shop for...

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Poker run raises money for food drive

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MILLERTON— Community members were invited to pick their cards and build their poker hands as they registered for the 12th Annual Dave P. Waldron Memorial Poker Run on Saturday, July 21.
Recognized as one of the original founders of the Sunday in the Country Food Drive, Waldron championed the food drive and its numerous community efforts. A resident of Sharon, Conn., he passed away from cancer in 2007.

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Summer is the perfect time to check out the library annex’s book sale room

MILLERTON— One of the town’s best kept retail secrets is tucked away in the NorthEast-Millerton Library Annex, a tidy white building at 28 Century Blvd., opposite the post office.
There, every summer Saturday morning between Memorial and Labor Days, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., library volunteers hold sway over the library book sale room. It features a bargain collection of gently-used books, DVDs, CDs and puzzles, all of which have been donated in order to boost the library coffers. 

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Tea time

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Pedal power

Kim Tank, right, first-time cyclist in the Harlem Valley Rail Ride, traveled from New York City to Millerton to participate in this year’s ride with Ian Magee. The event took place in Millerton on Sunday, July 22, to benefit the Harlem Valley Rail Trail Association.  For another photo and full story, see Cyclists take to the Rail Trail.
 
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Village Board discusses grants and solar lights

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MILLERTON — The Village Board of Trustees met on Monday, June 18, to discuss potential opportunities to research for the village’s benefit. 

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Irondale Schoolhouse hits the high note

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MILLERTON— Performers looking for an opportunity to share their talent with the local community are invited to stop by the Irondale Schoolhouse on Wednesday nights for Open Mic Nights, thanks to Oblong Books & Music.

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Campers shine at Millerton recreation program

MILLERTON — To learn how good a kid’s camp is — just ask a kid. 
By those standards, the summer program at Eddie Collins Memorial Park is about as good as it gets, at least according to 6-year-old Emma Sheridan and her friends, who had plenty to say on a perfect Wednesday, July 11, morning.  

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Speeders beware: Village cops are on the look out

MILLERTON — Speeding is not only against the law — it’s dangerous — and proactive law enforcement is a primary weapon in curbing this deadly behavior.
The Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee is encouraging law enforcement to participate in Speed Awareness Week — a high-visibility enforcement campaign aimed at reducing incidence of speed-related crashes. 
According to Millerton Police Department Officer-in-Charge David Rudin, the Millerton force will join the effort.

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Community center dedicates magical new playground

MILLERTON — It’s not every day dreams come true — but they did on Saturday, July 7, at the North East Community Center (NECC). That’s when Mayor Debbie Middlebrook and Village Trustee Christine Bates, chair of NECC’s Board of Directors, with the help of the Berkshire Stompers brass band and children with safety scissors for the ribbon cutting, officially opened the center’s new playground on South Center Street.

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Smiles at the Irondale Schoolhouse

David Whalen and his son, Parker, 2, hit the books together at the Irondale Schoolhouse, where the NorthEast-Millerton Library had sponsored a special day of reading and face painting for local children. The day, Saturday, July 7, was bright and sunny outside, and lots of children could  be found teeming around the historic schoolhouse.

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