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Summer '96

To order a copy of our Summer 1996 issue, send a check for $6 for the first copy by snail mail to Clarion Publications, P.O. Box 236, Geneseo, N.Y. 14454 (price includes postage and handling). All additional copies of this or other available back issues are just $5. Get 10 or more back issues for $4 each or all 26 available back issues for just $95.

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Cover Story

25 GREAT SUMMER GETAWAYS
IN WESTERN NEW YORK
(Now online!)

Departments

The Open Door by Publisher Corrin Strong
Genesee Country, Western New York and the World. In light of the expanded coverage of the magazine geographically and in cyberspace should the name be changed? See also our GC Forum

Short Tracts by Editor Georgia Mullen
Readers send in photos of their favorite outhouses. Hattie Gavin recounts enjoyable moments with her blind grandmother on a three-seater.

Genesee Country Sketches: The River Otter by Scott Adamson
The naturalist fantasizes about the return of the river otter to the Genesee Country, an actual project that will come to fruition in the near future.

History: From Silver memories to a new Frontier by Donovan Shilling
Share the memories of Silver Stadium, which will close at the end of this season , to be replaced by Frontier Field in '97.

Destinations: Adventure Bound by Joan Merkel Smith
Now the physically challenged can travel the world in comfort, thanks to a gutsy, innovative travel agent who won't take "no" for an answer.

Main Streets: Honeoye Falls-Mendon by Jan Surasky
Friendliness flows through the village and hamlet of a Monroe County town.

Just Folks: Phyllis Lewis by Christopher Jon Peterson
The musky lady of Waneta Lake is intimidated by neither fisherMEN, nor the mean muskelunge.

Home Away from Home: White Farm B&B by Pamela Crowe
Owners discover murals under coats of paint while renovating their bed & breakfast.

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