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Saturday, January 6, 2018

News from the Coudersport Rotary

Coudersport Rotary was happy to host Tim Morey, an Education Specialist at DCNR to our
December 18, 2017, meeting.

Tim, a native of Potter County from Galeton, spoke about how, when the United States is seen
by satellite, Cherry Springs Park is a “black hole” in the eastern half of the country. A NASA
scientist staying at the Laurelwood Inn said the Park is one of the best places to see the sky and
it can be found listed as one of the “7 best places to see the Milky Way”.

The Cherry Springs Night Sky Program brings visitors from China, South America, and all over
the world specifically to come to the park. Paul Herzig, from the Laurelwood Inn in Coudersport,
noted that Cherry Springs Park is an economic boon for our local economy.

This year’s eclipse was a big family event at the Park. More information about Night Sky Tours
and events at the Park can be found by searching “Cherry Springs State Park DCNR Calendar
of Events”.

Tim also spoke to the Coudersport Rotary Club about the Winter Outings 2018 Program in
Potter and Tioga Counties which includes hiking snowshoeing, ice fishing, and many other
winter events.

More information can be found out about these events by going to www.StepOutdoors.org or calling 570-724-0635.

Coudersport Rotary Club thanks you, Tim Morey, for your interesting and informational
presentation!

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