Al Kilborn Day in Millet featured a free community barbeque at the fire hall handled very ably by members of the Millet Fire Dept.

Town, fire dept in Millet mark Al Kilborn Day

Longtime chief, member, supporter of fire dept recognized for efforts

Longtime chief, member, supporter of fire dept recognized for efforts

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Town of Millet councilors Pat Garrett, left, and Eleanor Pydde, attended the Al Kilborn Day open house and community barbeque along with other municipal representatives.

It was Al Kilborn Day in Millet June 15. Kilborn, left, was congratulated by Mayor Tony Wadsworth and the entire community for the former fire chief’s decades of dedication to the fire department and town. Photos by Stu Salkeld

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