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Wheatfield senior trips approaching

Fri, Jun 8th 2018 07:00 am
Recently, trips for Wheatfield seniors were announced. The trips are as follows:
July 17-18 Palmyra and the Hill Cumorah Pageant
Seniors will visit Joseph Smith Farm, E.B. Grandis Building, Hoffman Clock Museum Phelps General Store and the Hill Cumorah Pageant, one of the world's great outdoor theatrical productions presented on the beautiful Cumorah hillside. A story on an enormous 10-level stage, 12-tower lighting, state-of-the-art sound system, Hollywood special effects and an extensive costumed cast provide a truly spectacular show, which depicts Joseph Smith's encounter with the Golden Plates (translated into English as the Book of Mormon), as well as a dramatization of the events recorded therein. Witness the trials of Lehi's family and his descendants, the climactic visit of Jesus Christ to the Americas, and Joseph Smith receiving the plates. The pageant features 700 cast members and 1,300 costumes. A $256 payment is due June 22.
10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Aug. 4, Attica Rodeo
This is a sporting event that involves horses and other livestock, designed to test the skill and speed of the cowboys and cowgirls. American style professional rodeos generally comprise the following events: tie-down roping, team roping, steer wrestling, saddle bronc riding, bareback bronc riding, bull riding and barrel racing. The events are divided into two basic categories: the rough stock events and the timed events. Depending on sanctioning organization and region, other events such as breakaway roping, goat tying or pole bending may also be a part of some rodeos. A $37 payment is due July 13.
Sept. 27-29, Cooperstown and SNY Highlights
This trip includes sluicing at the Herkimer Diamond Mines, Baseball Hall of Fame, Farmers Museum, Fly Creek Cider Mill, Meyda Tiffany Factory, Erie Canal Museum and a brewery.     A $515 payment is due Aug. 1.
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.  Oct. 9, Amish Culture Tour
Seniors can travel to Cherry Creek to meet our guide who will venture attendees to the Hostetler quilt and gift shop, then on to A&B Shoes-N-Boots where Mr. Miller will discuss Amish life. After lunch at Zollinger's South Dayton Hotel, travel to Barbara Miller's baked goods shops, then through the scenic rolling hills to a roadside cemetery and Amish school. Next would be the Valley View Cheese Shop, then on to the Blacksmith Shop to see how a horse is shod. A $56 payment is due Sept. 7.
For information and registration, contact Jean at 694-5567 or Joan at 693-7355.

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