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Follow the museums, its people and neighbors on adventures
Had fried Oreos at the Pal-Mac Lions stand and they were amazing.
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By Bonnie Hays
Historic Palmyra’s Museum happenings in and around Palmyra and vicinity along the Erie Canal sometimes the Eriee Canal. Follow the museums, its people and neighbors on adventures during the day and night.

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The Day and Night Life of the Palmyra Historical Museums
Historic Palmyra’s Museum happenings in and around Palmyra and vicinity along the Erie Canal sometimes the Eriee Canal. Follow the museums, its people and neighbors on adventures during the day and night.

Historic Palmyra’s Executive Director Bonnie Hays has been working in her position for 17 years. She has graduated from Fairport High School and attended the R.B. I. satellite school Arcadia Business School for a two year degree. She has served in the United States Navy for 2 years. Her passion are the five museums of Historic Palmyra. She is a published author, writes weekly columns for the Wayne Post newspaper, and is a author of many magazine articles. She is an expert in tourism and promotion of the five museums, storytelling, and is currently the Wayne County Representative on the Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance.
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Had fried Oreos at the Pal-Mac Lions stand and they were amazing.   I guess you can fry anything but these are a must try.    Wandered around the fair looking for good food and friends and found them both.   Friend Dawn Levickas of the Messenger and Wayne Post was on hand for the opening and taking photographs at the opening ceremony.   Terri Hopkins won a second place ribbon for her pie!   The pie auction brings in lots of money in the hundreds.   I think it is mostly husbands and families that bid so much but it always goes to a great cause.   If I could make a pie, and was brave enough to auction it off at the Wayne County Fair, I would expect my husband and family to bid a $1,000 on it.  

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