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Loan, funds help Finger Lakes Museum

Branchport With the award of $400,000 in new funds, the Finger Lakes Museum & Aquarium is alive and kicking for the spring and summer. The semi-retirement of the FLMA creator John Adamski for reasons of health, did have an effect on the momentum of the project which had caused some to question the certainty of the museum’s future. FLMA Executive Director Natalie Payne says the museum has secured a low interest $200,000 loan from the Finger Lakes Economic Development Center as matching funds for a $200,000 grant that will be directed to the completion of the Creekside Center barn, covering operating expenses, and rebuilding the line of credit for promised state funds. The Creekside Center is

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 Branchport, NY 14418

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