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3 thoughts on “Policies”
One of my favorite stories that my father told was about fishing at Key Largo in the 1950’s. He was from upstate New York and spent 3 months or so in Key Largo in those days. The guys would queue up and join a party boat for a day’s fishing. The Florida climate and the saltwater fishing – that was the main draw for him.
One day he said he got talking to a fellow on the boat while they were fishing and he said it bothered him all day that he felt he KNEW this guy but simply couldn’t place him. After the boat pulled in there were hands on the dock who would clean your catch and you could sit up at the outdoor bar and get a beer while you were waiting. The two men ended up sitting next to each other and finally, my Dad said, he had to know why this fellow was so familiar so he put his hand out and said, “By the way, I’m Jim Richardson from Pittsford, NY and the other man put his hand out and said, “Glad to meet you, I’m Herbert Hoover, Washington D.C.”
Boy, did my father get a kick out of that!
Do you offer a summer camp program? If so, what are the specifics
for enrollong and becoming a volunteer or donor?
No, we do not offer a summer camp program at the Library-Museum.