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Warren County Bicentennial

Floyd Bennett speaking at Shepard Park

Warren County Bicentennial Celebration Commemorative Items

The Warren County Bicentennial Citizens Advisory Committee has announced that Bicentennial Commemorative items are available to visitors and residents. Using the logo created by Rachael DelSignore, Glens Falls High School Class of 2011, these items are sure to be keepsakes for years to come.

Many items are available at no cost, including the beautiful, full-color, 84-page “Warren County, New York 1813-2013: a commemorative bicentennial magazine”, published by The Post-Star; and “Warren County’s Bicentennial” newspaper supplement published by the Legislative Gazette (April 30 publication) and the Warren County Board of Supervisors. Window decals featuring the Bicentennial logo and website information are free to Warren County businesses.

A Commemorative Postcard captures the exceptional natural beauty of Warren County, featuring the photography of Richard Dean, noted area photographer, taken during his 50-year career which spanned 1949-2005 (Cost: $1). This Postcard will be the subject of a special Post Office cancellation on June 12, 2013 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Old Warren County Court House located in Lake George Village.

A beautiful 4-color lapel pin featuring the Bicentennial Logo is available at a cost of $5; and the publication “Warren County New York: Its people and Their History Over Time” - Warren County Historical Society – is a beautiful, fully-illustrated 495-page hardcover history of Warren County. Special Bicentennial pricing is $20.

Commemorative items are available, while supplies last, at the following locations: Bolton Historical Museum, Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls Historian’s Office, Hadley-Luzerne Historical Society, Hague Community Center, Stony Creek Historian, Team North Warren Bicentennial Committee (Sylvia Smith and Nancy Tennyson), Thurman Station Association Inc., Warrensburg Museum of Local History, Warren County Historical Society and the Warren County Clerk’s Office.

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