St. Thomas More’s Christmas Bazaar Returns

After a hiatus of three years due to COVID-19, St. Thomas More hosted their annual Bazaar on Saturday December 3rd at Millbrook Legion.  Despite the downpouring of rain, residents turned out for the hot chicken soup and chili which have always been favourites.   The event included a variety of draw items… Continue reading

The Christmas Tradition Continues

Every year at Christmas the Millbrook Girl Guides help Millbrook Food Share to put the many Christmas Hampers together for our needy families. On the last Tuesday before Christmas the hampers are delivered with the help of some able bodied men. This is made up mainly of the old Millbrook… Continue reading

Trail Floating Bridge Replacement Approved

Since 2020, the 128-foot long floating bridge on the Baxter Creek Trail connecting Medd’s Mountain to the Fairgrounds trail has been closed due to safety concerns. Walkway supports had rotted below the water, boards were missing and hand railings were unsecure. Despite obvious risks and posted signage, some continued to… Continue reading

The Community Loses a World Class Champion

Last week, Millbrook lost a well-respected international artist. Bruce Lepper was a world-renowned bird carver best known abroad for his wildfowl and songbird carvings and locally for his efforts to promote and protect the beauty and heritage of our community After a successful career in graphic design in Toronto, Bruce… Continue reading

Scholarships for Belize Students

January, 2023 will witness the final humanitarian trip to Belize by Maureen and Andy Harjula. There is a tremendous opportunity for someone else to assume the project and continue to help students in Belize with the horrendous school fees. For example, the cost for an orchard worker to send their child to high school will… Continue reading