2004 – 2010
Despite the various petitions from popular Millsberry fan sites, General Mills is still closing the site down due to “lack of interest”.
The final article:
The Chronicles of Millsberry
By Audrey Smythe-Wei
Wednesday, November 24, 2010 — Extra! Extra! Read all about it citizens of Millsberry. Graduation day is just about here. That’s right, it’s almost December 31st, when we say farewell to Millsberry. Everyone is buzzing about it, so I thought, what a perfect time to catch up with the residents and reminisce about life in this most remarkable town.
I caught up with Violet and Ellsworth Crump…Rupert Nickers too, and talked about the Cinnamon Toast Crunch mystery. Violet said, “Seems like just yesterday when Police Chief Arthur Crow solved that caper with his super sleuthing.”
Everyone was talking about The Walk for Malawi and pizza making at Grow Good Farms. I even caught our own lunch lady Mrs. Grubbly chatting to someone about it. I think I saw her crack a smile. That was an amazing sight to behold. Not unlike the day Sylvie, the Sea Creature, was discovered in Lake Sylvane. And what Millsberry citizen doesn’t love trying to spot Sylvie.
I asked Edna Nelson about one of her most exciting memories, and she said, “As curator of the historical society I’ve seen quite a bit, but the spaceship crash really knocked my knee socks off.” I have to agree with Edna. Jenneira’s intergalactic arrival was out of this world.
When I caught up with Pete Peterson and Loretta Rivers they were both enthusiastic about sharing some of their favorite things. Pete said, “I really enjoyed home tours, seeing all the great construction work done by citizens.” Loretta chimed in, “I just loved the t-shirts that came out of Studio T. Millsberry inspires so much creativity, and fun.” Well, Loretta took the words right out of my mouth. And I’m going to dedicate the Gazette’s final article to Millsberry, a place unlike any other.
Here’s to your upcoming graduation, on game scores gone up, up, up, hats off to money raised for donations, and infinite cheers to all the citizens who made Millsberry so amazing.
This is Audrey Smythe-Wei, signing off with a story she’ll never forget.
* I DO NOT WORK FOR GENERAL MILLS AND THIS VIDEO IS PURELY FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED.
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