Manna Dew sweetens Millerton streets

Hattie (Burdick) Riefschneider Kisselbrack Lee, who died in 1949 at age 93, sported the fashion of the day from the time Mary Kisselbrack’s millinery and dress-making establishment occupied the building she and her husband, George, built in 1890. George, who died in 1930, was the second of Hattie’s three husbands. Photo Courtesy of The North East Historical Society Archives Collection

MILLERTON — Manna Dew café owner Victor Trivelli explained he is donating 10 percent of the restaurant’s proceeds on Sunday, Feb. 24, to the North East Historical Society’s Dine Out for History.

“I think it’s great to have little historic villages like this still surviving and thriving,” he said. “It’s not common in other states and other parts of the country. It’s good. And the historical society does good things; so if I’m able to help, I will.”

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