Millbrook Equine Offers a Variety of Services for the Horse Lover

It’s has been five years since Christine Millet and her family moved to their farm on Fallis Line, and they’ve made big changes to the property since their arrival, all with their own hands. The property is home to Millbrook Equine Services, where Christine boards, trains, breeds and provides riding… Continue reading

Centennial Place Approved to Pursue World Class Designation

Eligibility is very limited. Director of Care Tracey Roy prepared the 10 page application and will lead the project. The organization will focus on incorporating evidence-based nursing practices designed to improve patient care and satisfaction. In exchange for the additional scrutiny, managerial effort and administrative burden required through this certification,… Continue reading

Cycling Through the Pandemic

COVID-19 caught everyone in the cycling industry off-guard. Shutdowns, lockdowns, and physical distancing left many people without their normal outlets for recreation and physical activity. Parents scrambled to find activities to do with their suddenly homebound children. In cities, fears of surface contact and cramped buses, subways, and trains left… Continue reading

Lemonade Stand-off with Police!

In the beginning, four young partners planned to use the lemonade stand to make some money and support the hospital.  In their first week, half of their revenue ($53) was directed to the PRHC Covid fund. Upon learning of the cancer diagnosis of two Millbrook South Cavan boys, the recipients… Continue reading

Christmas in July, Brides in October

The former Quilter’s Bolt location was decked out in Christmas paraphernalia last week as inventory from The Joneses’ consignment shop took temporary residence. A different kind of bling will soon be on display as this location will be occupied by a bridal shop which currently operates in Peterborough and is… Continue reading