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Introducing the “Wellsville Walking Map”

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Now available at many popular downtown destinations

By Andrew Harris

The Comstock girls are working hard to make Wellsville a better place to live, and walk. They are history lovers and avid walkers. These girls walk and talk and smile down Main Street Wellsville almost everyday, sometimes twice. Like the “Women of Wellsville” calendar project, the Comstocks have taken another great idea and made it happen.

Jackie and Ann have researched, designed, and published the “Wellsville Walking Map,” a great tool for locals and visitors who want a little history in their diet. Wellsville is full of history and this new map provides walkers, or drivers, the ability to learn about the village’s past and have up-to-date information. This map blends history with the present as you stroll or roll through the village. Because of the Comstocks energy and generosity, the maps are free !

The map includes four noteworthy landmark locations around Wellsville: Immaculate Conception Church, The Pink House, Funland Roller Rink, and the Nathaniel Dike Museum. The Wellsville Walking Map features the artwork of Sarah G. Phillips.

Maps will be available at David A. Howe library, Tami’s Floral Expressions, Microtel, Wellsville Area Chamber of Commerce, From the Hart, Wellsville Brewery, and Texas Hot.

ICYMI: Read about the “Women of Wellsville Calendar” project that also comes from the hard work of Jackie and Ann Comstock

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