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VisitScotia.com - September 19th, 2005
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Flint House Neighborhood Discovery

After some research by the Friends of the Flint House and the help of Flint House neighbors, the Huthmacher's, a 200 year old head stone was recently unearthed.

For many years it was known that the Flint House property had a historic cemetery but its location is on going research.

The location of the missing head stones has always been a mystery and the Friends continue the search for more stones.
The stone contains the eerie remains of a traditional New England epitaph.
... as you pass by.
As you are now, so once was I.
As I am, so must you be.
Prepare for death and following me.

For more information on the Flint House visit http://www.FlintHouse.org

It's Dutch Fair Time

A Scotia tradition continues as the First Reformed Church of Scotia enjoyed a beautiful day for this years Dutch Fair.

Scotia Firemen always happy to give the local kids a feel for the what it's like to ride in the big trucks.

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