The Daily Gazette
The Locally Owned Voice Of The Capital Region
Advertisement
Promotions

Landmarks

Retired couple revives dormant Easter exhibit as library fundraiser

Mildred Vrooman used a variety of eggs to create different scenes for her Easter Egg Exhibit, which will be on display in Schoharie over the next three weekends. (Joseph Heyman photo)
Mildred Vrooman used a variety of eggs to create different scenes for her Easter Egg Exhibit, which will be on display in Schoharie over the next three weekends. (Joseph Heyman photo)
Text Size: A | A

Joseph and Berna Heyman loved the spot: a small historic house near a covered wooden bridge along the western bank of Fox Creek just outside the village of Schoharie. Then, they heard about the eggs, nearly 5,000 of them. “What was paramount to us was being near our daughter, our son-in-law and our grandson,” said Joseph Heyman, a retired research scientist for NASA and a Williamsburg, Va., resident who now also owns a home in ...

You Must or Subscribe to Continue
subscribe to the Daily Gazette
Individual stories can be found and purchased from our Archives for $2.00

Enjoy this story? Share it!

Advertisement

comments

There are currently no posts. Be the first to comment on this story.
Advertisement