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Cooperstown Dreams Park Tips

Here are some things you will need to know about going to the Cooperstown Dreams Park Tournament.
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Brewery Ommegang Offers Support To Brewers Impacted By ...

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“Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, NY, is fortunate to have been undamaged by Hurricane Sandy. After seeing the devastation wreaked across the mid-Atlantic and Northeast, we'd like to offer our assistance and support ...
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THF Launches a Joint Education Effort with the Baseball Hall of ...

COOPERSTOWN, NY – The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will launch its first national education outreach initiative for its “BASE” program this week, working collaboratively with the Texas Rangers, Taylor ...
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12u OCP Team in Cooperstown DreamsPark August 17th Week

12u OCP Team in Cooperstown DreamsPark August 17th Week. October 11, 2012. 12u OC Premier will be traveling to s Summer 2013. This is one of the most pretigous tournaments all over the United States. Please contact ...
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Perilous Politics

Congressman and judge William Cooper, father of James Fenimore Cooper (who wrote Last of the Mohicans) and also the founder of Cooperstown, NY, was struck over the head and killed by political opponents after ...
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8 Easy Steps to Grow Your Own Luffa Sponge

8 Easy Steps to Grow Your Own Luffa Sponge | Cooperstown Lodging | Scoop.it

Train the vine onto a trellis or fence to save space and to produce more rounded fruit. These gourds can reach anywhere from 6 inches to 2 1/2 feet long, and about 4 to 7 inches in diameter. They ripen to dark green in late summer, and for sponge harvest should be left on the vine until the skin begins to shrivel. When this occurs, harvest them and scrub the skin away, revealing the porous, dense network of tan-colored matter within. They will be full of seeds; just cut the gourd to desired size and shake out the seeds. They're ready to use!

 

Read more about growning your own luffa sponge by following the photo-link.


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