Millbrook South Cavan Students Raise Funds for Sick Kids’ Hospital

On Sunday a group of Grade 7 students from Mrs. Noble’s class brought their creations to the Millbrook Farmers’ Market, joining almost 50 vendors in the old arena for a final market event in the village. Amongst the items for sale were jewellery and décor items, hand knit hats and… Continue reading

Nexicom Bringing Fibre Optic to the Village of Millbrook

It is with great excitement that Nexicom announces it will be proceeding with the installation of a new comprehensive high-speed Fibre Optic Cable overbuild throughout the village of Millbrook. This next generation technology Fibre Optic Cable will provide residential homes and commercial businesses within the village of Millbrook with Internet… Continue reading

KATVA Holds Open House in Municipal Gym

Members of the Kawartha All-Terrain Vehicle Association, KATVA held an Open House in the municipal gym on November 23rd to explain their program to the public and to answer questions about their organization. Addressing the issue of noise complaints, Association President Carolyn Richards suggested that in areas like Fenelon Falls… Continue reading

Lindy Finlan Changes Hats for the 4th Line Theatre’s Christmas Production

As General Manager of our local theatre company, Lindy is usually all business, focused on staffing, grant-writing and managing government funding opportunities.  Her interest in theatre did not begin on the administrative side.  She started as an actor. Lindy’s love of theatre began early, participating in plays through her local… Continue reading

Old Arena to Host New Sports Action

There may not be ice, but there will be action!  Last month, Council approved a $55,000 capital investment for the purchase and installation of used artificial turf on the cement floor, heaters on the player benches and spectator stands and the mandatory removal of ammonia from the ice plant to… Continue reading

Cavan Monaghan – Driven by Volunteers

From the front page to the back page of this paper are photos and stories written by and about volunteers shaping our community.  They are young and old, serving neighbours and strangers with an enthusiasm that brings joy to both giver and receiver.  Thank you for the inspiration you provide… Continue reading

Letters to the Editor – December 2019

Letter of Thanks It wasn’t easy, but it was worth it. Thank you ALL who joined or contributed to our first ‘GALA’ evening event held at our gorgeous new Community Hall on November 22nd. The house was full, the decor was exquisite, the food was fabulous,  the libations were lovely,… Continue reading

Christmas Calm Reflects on Absence and Healing

In the excitement and anticipation surrounding Christmas preparations, it is hard to find a time and place where it is safe to let longing and loss settle. A ‘Christmas Calm’ service is just such a setting. This evening service will be held at Centreville Presbyterian Church on Thursday, December 12,… Continue reading

This Month at Our Libraries – December 2019

The Holidays are almost here and the library has lots of festive cheer! With the rush of the holidays, it can sometimes feel like there is less time to read. We have a solution for you…audiobooks and e-books. Audiobooks are great for travelling over the holidays, or to add some… Continue reading