NYPA Celebrates Two Million Visitors to the Blenheim-Gilboa Visitors Center

Steve Ramsey
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December 12, 2012


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The New York Power Authority’s admission-free Blenheim Gilboa Visitors Center marked a milestone of welcoming two million visitors. At its ‘Photos with Santa’ event Saturday, Dec. 8, guests held up numbers to symbolically represent the two million visitors who have passed through the facility’s doors since it first opened in Schoharie County in 1974.

Photo Credit:  NYPA

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