Loomis Gang rides into Guilford July 12

GUILFORD – Listen, you can almost hear the sound of thundering hoof beats, on the dusty roads surrounding Guilford, when “The Loomis Family of Sangerfield” ride into Guilford at high noon Saturday, July 12, sponsored by the Guilford Historical Society.



Darothy De Angelo of Oran will bring this fascinating family to life in the Guilford United Methodist Church, County Rt 35 in Guilford. This free presentation is open to the public and everyone is cordially invited.

Darothy loves old stuff, including vintage clothing, antique kitchenware, relic cookbooks and especially local history. A resident of Central New York for more than 50 years, she is deeply involved in the history of her hometown, Pompey. Quoted as her words to live by, “History rules…to speak of the dead is to give them life.”


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