Pride of LeRoy #56
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Pride of LeRoy #56

9200 Asbury Rd.
LeRoy, NY 14482

4x4ft Barn Quilt - East Trail

Note: Woodward Airport

Amelia Earhart #54, JELL-O Jigglers II #55, and Fields of Gold #57 also hang here

This quilt was painted in 2012 by 200 LeRoy residents of all ages as part of the town’s bicentennial celebration. The green and yellow diamonds represent fields of corn and alfalfa. The blue diamonds represent the blue water of the Oatka Creek. The grey represents the local limestone. The black and red diamonds are the school colors and the yellow is for lemon Jell-O. Each person who painted a diamond received a certificate with a Bicentennial seal. It hangs on the side of the hangar at the Donald Woodward Airport, where Amelia Earhart visited in 1929. The airport was once home to a fleet of airplanes, including Amelia Earhart’s “Friendship.”

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