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Editor's Corner

Move over, Hollywood, because two local students are putting Millis on the filmmaking map. Directly on the heels of taking silver prize in the March 1st Millis Film Festival, presented by the Millis Cultural Council at Millis Public Library, Millis High seniors Victoria Robbins and Kristina O’Connell took home first prize in student film with their documentary, Stained Glass, at the Salem Film Festival The film tells the story of the growing relationship between a teenage girl and her grandfather.

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Plan Your Child’s Summer Now

The snow has barely melted, but believe it or not, it’s time to think about planning summer. If you have children, you’ll be looking for fun, enriching and reasonably priced activities for them to do. Your town has a recreation department, and most run camps, so check out the town website for more information. If you’re looking for something a little different, check out the following options:
Lil Folk Farm, run by Nancy and David Dubin for the past 12 years, offers camp for children starting at age 4 up to age 16. Their certified summer camp runs from June 17-August 18.

Got Artifacts? Millis Historical Commission Seeks Fire Paraphernalia for Niagara Display

Millis residents – the Historical Commission wants you! Or, rather, your stories, photos and other memorabilia that might be related to the history of Millis firefighters.
Work is coming along at the historical Niagara Building in Millis, with Tri-County student crews busy renovating staircases and other interior parts of the building, and the members of the Millis Historical Commission are taking steps to prepare items for display.

Local Teens Form National Teen Age Republicans Chapter

On February 12th the National Teen Age Republicans South-Eastern Massachusetts Chapter had their first meeting.
“It was amazing the number of kids interested and willing to come out and get involved” states Caroline Dooley (Norfolk/North Attleboro) who founded the chapter.
After working on many different local campaigns Dooley found it important to reach out to her peers to get more involved in local politics. “Many people do not recognize the impact a group of dedicated teenagers can make.”

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