Monthly Archives: November 2010

History, Artifacts, and Chicken at HLOM

By Stacey L. Smith I did my service learning project at the Holland Land Office Museum here in Batavia. I went there three different days for four hour shifts. My first day there Jeff, one of the workers at the … Continue reading

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Letters Bring History Alive

By Becky Smith I am currently doing volunteer work at the Leroy Historical Museum, or as some of us are more familiar with, the Jell-O Museum. I wasn’t really sure what to expect going into this seeing as how it … Continue reading

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Murder, Legend, and History

By Nicole Gillies Volunteering at the Newstead Historical Society wasn’t the way I wanted to spend a Tuesday afternoon. I figured I would be doing busy work and nothing of interest. My perception couldn’t have been more wrong. Each day … Continue reading

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Fun at the Jell-O Museum: A Student’s Perspective

By Cody Niccloy Over the month of October, I have been able to spend time at the Leroy Historical Society and Jell-O Museum, helping them in any way possible. I was a bit nervous at first because I wasn’t sure … Continue reading

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