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Brookfield, originally founded in 1660 as part of the Quabog Plantation, is a small community of about 3000 people situated midway between Worcester and Springfield on Route 9. The town is bordered on the south by Sturbridge, with easy access to the Massachusetts Turnpike. Governed by an open town meeting and Board of Selectmen, there are many opportunities for citizens to participate in local government. Brookfield has maintained its quiet atmosphere while evolving from an agricultural to a bedroom community for the larger cities to the east and west, and provides easy access to the educational and cultural opportunities of these urban areas. With its lakes and river and vast tracts of open land, the town has much to offer the sportsman, nature lover and those who enjoy a rural way of life. Brookfield maintains its K-6 elementary schools and belongs to the Tantasqua Regional School District, which offers a junior high school, a high school and a vocational school. Despite the fiscal constraints common to all Massachusetts towns, Brookfield continues to place a priority on education, as demonstrated by its funding support for school committee requests and approval of a debt exclusion for a major addition to the elementary school. Every Columbus Day weekend, visitors from all over New England come to take in the flavor of a small rural town on an autumn day by attending the annual crafts fair on the common, called the Apple Country Fair.
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