The public had an opportunity to explore the 1834 Jail and visit the Herkimer County Historical Society’s third floor storage area as two local organizations hosted open house programs as part of the statewide New York State Museum Week.
At the 1834 Jail, visitors had a chance to view the progress the Friends of Historic Herkimer County group has made in its restoration work at the jail. The rooms on the main level look bright and display panels about the jail and history of law enforcement in Herkimer County have been hung on the walls.
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Gems Along the Mohawk kicked off Rock the Canal Weekend in a big way Friday.
The Gems Along the Mohawk conference room was rededicated to the Genesis Group as the “Genesis - East Room,” the first six Gems of Distinction recipients were recognized and Captain Jerry Gertz dedicated his newest Erie Canal cruise boat, Lil’ Diamond III.
Every year NTCNet hosts a customer appreciation picnic to give back to the community, and although it may have been a rainy day it didn’t stop members of the community from taking part in the picnic on Thursday.
The tradition of an annual began seven years ago when the West Canada Creek overflowed and flooded the surrounding area. Members of the community stepped up at a time in need and saved the communications company from possible flood damage.
Cancer survivors, their caregivers and other participants walked the track and teams set up tents and canopies and conducted fundraisers as the community came together for the fourth annual Relay for Life of Dolgeville.
And they had their own reasons for taking part in the 24-hour event.