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Galloway House & Village offers August BOGO to senior citizens

6:36 PM, Aug. 1, 2013  |  Comments
From left: Joe and Virginia Riley from Sussex listen intently as guide Paul Hahm as he shares information on the Print Shop located on the grounds of the Galloway House & Village. The Newspaper and Print Shop building were donated to the Village by Giddings & Lewis, and furnished by The Reporter newspaper and its employees on the occasion of its 100th anniversary in August 1970. The shop holds a unique array of old printing equipment and presses.
From left: Joe and Virginia Riley from Sussex listen intently as guide Paul Hahm as he shares information on the Print Shop located on the grounds of the Galloway House & Village. The Newspaper and Print Shop building were donated to the Village by Giddings & Lewis, and furnished by The Reporter newspaper and its employees on the occasion of its 100th anniversary in August 1970. The shop holds a unique array of old printing equipment and presses.
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The Galloway House & Village consists of 30 historic buildings, including the Galloway Mansion and the Blakely Museum. It is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Labor Day weekend; and then open only on weekends in September.

During the month of August, senior citizens (65 or better) will receive BOGO (Buy One - Get One) free admission.

For more Galloway Village info., check out at www.fdlhistory.com

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