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Dec. '94-Jan. '95
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Pursuing One's Personal Path by Donna-Marie Terranova Creating significant
spirituality for the 21st century.
History: A Women's Rights Convulsion
by Georgia Mullen The first battles in the women's rights revolution were
fought in the Genesee Country.
Letchworth: A White Tail Wonderland
by Ray Minnick Letchworth State Park's valleys, ridges and shaded glens
are the deer's home.
A Holiday Crime: The Magi's Other Gift
by Martin Naparsteck A young lover gets caught up in the spirit of the
season with deadly effect (fiction).
Evergreens: Young Children
of the Forest by Susan Peterson The region's live tree business supports
hundreds of jobs and is an ecologoically sound industry.
Sugaring by Susan Beckhorn Horses, leather, woods, earth and maple
steam sing the sweet goodbye of winter.
Stranded by a Genesee
Country Winter by Bill Steinhardt A tale of a most bizarre train pile-up
near Batavia, Genesee County, in 1885.
Departments The Open
Door by Publisher Corrin Strong A year of growth and change
Genesee Country Sketches: Tiger of the Sky by Scott Adamson Scott
pursues the great horned owl.
Destinations: Those Little Museums
by Sylvia Farrer Bornarth No matter what your interest, you'll find
it represented in one of many little museums tucked in the nooks and crannies
of the Genesee countryside.
Main Streets: Bloomfield by Joan
Merkel Smith This Ontario County town loves its past and charges forth
to meet its future.
For Arts' Sake: Enhancing the form by
Michael Lasser Computer artist David Perlman has a penchant for creative
Home Away from Home: Allegiance Bed & Breakfast by
Sylvia Farrer Bornarth This Mt. Morris B&B is named for the Pledge
of Allegiance, written by native son Francis Bellamy.
Eileen Coyle by Georgia Mullen A model of confidence and desire, this
Rochester businesswoman started an emergency transport service with $3,000 and
a leased ambulance.
Views from the Genesee Country: In the spirit
of our foremothers by Nan Johnson Genesee Country women approach the