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Norwood “Fountain Park” gets new directional sign

pNORWOOD — Travelers along Main Street in the village are being encouraged through a new sign to visit the recently restored, over 100-year-old fountain, which became part of the newly founded Fountain Park./ppPositioned at the corner of Prospect and Main streets, below a sign for the United Methodist Church, is the newly-fashioned, black-and-white “Fountain Park” sign, directing those curious about the historic cobblestone fountain and the quaint park surrounding it, up Prospect Street./pp“After the St. Lawrence County Historical Society included an article in their December Quarterly, members of the St. Lawrence County Historical Society, James and Susan Carl, thought Fountain Park deserved a direction sign from Main Street,” wrote Teresa Sharlow Clemmo, the co-chair of the Save the Fountain Committee, in a news release. “Due to their generosity, the continuous skills from our Norwood Seaway BOCES Welding Class and Larry Ashley, Building Trades Instructor, Fountain Park now has a directional sign in place.”/ppAnyone interested in purchasing a Legacy Brick to add to the memorial brick walkway in Fountain Park can do so until July 15 at a href="" There are also paper forms available at Fountain Park and the Norwood Municipal Building./p


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