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Aug./Sept./ '93

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Summer Fun


Where the river meets the lake: Genesee Country's Playground by Sylvia Farrer Bornarth
The liveliest spots continue to be found on the Ontario Lake coastline

Features

Main Streets: Mucking around in Elba, Onion Capital of the World by Georgia Mullen
Rich muck land makes the onion this town's favorite vegetable.

Old Valentown by Bill Steinhardt
J. Sheldon Fisher has single-handedly preserved most of an old Victor-area ghost town's history.

A special place...A special race by Georgia Mullen
Camp Good Days and Special Times has been helping children with cancer for over a decade. Now the Race for Grace steeplechase lends a hand.

Summer Romance: Lily of the Valley by David W. Parish
Elizabeth Wadsworth spurned most suiters. For whom was she saving her heart?

Departments


The Open Door by Publisher Corrin Strong
Of newspapers and magazines

Genesee Country Sketches: Harbingers of autumn by Scott Adamson
The summer sun is still hot, yet some plants and insects begin to announce autumn's return.

Crossroad Cafe: Nick Tahou's by Jim Albright
At 3 a.m. nothing tastes better than the world famous Garbage Plate.

Just Folks: Mr. Finger Lakes by Bill Steinhardt
Conrad Tunney has been promoting the Finger Lakes region for over 30 years.

Home Away from Home: Fonda House Bed & Breakfast by Sylvia Farrer Bornarth
Her home is a stage, and Millie Fonda wants guests to relax and enjoy the show.

Destinations: 150 years of fun at the Wyoming County Fair by Andrew Thompson
Generations have enjoyed the Cow Wash and Fowler's taffy.

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