This month, the Millbrook Legion begins to host monthly meetings for a veterans support group called Operation VetBuild. The organization is based on the UK initiative that was established to provide information, advice and guidance to support veterans of the armed forces to help them in their transition back to… Continue reading →
Late last month, Stats Canada published another slice of information gleaned from the 2021 Census study. This release outlined population changes by age and gender and housing changes in the community. In 2021, the enumerated population of Cavan-Monaghan, Township (CSD) was 10,016, which represents a change of 13.4% from 2016…. Continue reading →
After years developing a following in the folk duo Mayhemingways with partner drummer Josh Flewings, Benj decided it was time to try something new. It’s not to say that the group has been disbanded, but experimenting as a solo act gave Benj more artistic freedom. It will also allow him… Continue reading →
Welcome Back! Grace Thom is celebrating the return of Community Care monthly luncheons. We are looking forward to seeing everyone and catching up after two years. Grace will be celebrating her 106th Birthday soon.
Twenty photographs from Cavan resident Tim Young’s Minimal Architecture series are the subject of a new Art Exhibition at St. Marys Station Gallery until May 7th. While he has spent that last 35 years living in a rather rural setting in Cavan, his current work honours modern, urban architecture and… Continue reading →
Don’t let the word “wealth” throw you off. Having wealth is not a prerequisite for engaging the services of IG Wealth Management Consultant Rhonda O’Flynn Brophy. Some financial advisors seek customers with minimum investment portfolios before considering taking them on, thinking their smaller balances and lower incomes are not worth… Continue reading →
Harmony Pastoral Charge is the name of the combined congregations of the Millbrook, Cavan, Bailieboro and Springville United Churches. Although we do not have a visible church building, we continue to be the United Church of Canada in this community and would love to have you join us. We have… Continue reading →
This month marks 50 years since Dr. Dave VanLoon and his wife, Claire, moved to Millbrook, as Dave began his career as a family doctor. He assumed the practice of Dr. Hobbs and, at first, his medical practice continued to operate out of the retired doctor’s home. Soon, the new… Continue reading →
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