Irish Stew Goes to a Good Cause

You may already have heard that S. John’s Church, Ida was forced to cancel its annual Irish Supper which would have taken place on March 14th. A small mountain of delicious Irish stew had already been prepared for the event when the ruling came through banning public gatherings and requiring… Continue reading

Meals on Wheels Available in Millbrook

Eating a well-balanced diet is an important part of staying healthy as we age. It can help us maintain a healthy weight, stay energized, and get the nutrients we need. It also lowers our risk of developing chronic health conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes.  To meet our nutritional… Continue reading

Sips ‘n’ Eats Event

The Millbrook Chamber of Commerce hosted a fundraising called “Winter Sips ‘n’ Eats” last Saturday at the CMCC, where they raised $1,000 towards the Community Centre’s fundraising campaign. For a $5 entry fee, visitors could sample treats from Moody’s and the Pastry Peddler, browse some vendor booths, and purchase draw… Continue reading

Millbrook’s Community Care Donation

Millbrook’s Community Care would like to thank the Santa’s Studio Tour participants The Valley Shoppe, Country Charm, Clayworks Pottery, The Joneses, The Quilter’s Bolt, and Allen Wick Candles for their donation.  Pictured from left to right are Community Care Volunteers Timmi Brady, Trudy Langenberg, Cheryl Van Schyndel, Kate Deklerck of… Continue reading

Millbrook & Area Garden Club to Assist Nunatsiavut Gardeners

Several members of the Millbrook & Area Garden Club met recently with Andy Harjula to discuss Andy’s suggestion for helping the residents of Nain, Nunatsiavut. Nain is the northern most coastal village on the Labrador coast. Nain is located in the self-governing territory of Nunatsiavut. The weather is harsh and the… Continue reading