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Ed Stoddard

Marketing Director

Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau

HQ Phone:  (814) 658-0060

Email: e***@***.org

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Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau

Seven Points Road

Hesston, Pennsylvania,16647

United States

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Ed Stoddard, Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau marketing director, said, "We wish Indian Caverns the best and would hope it will continue to be one of our featured attractions."


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"I'd put that scenery at Trough Creek up against any in Pennsylvania," said Ed Stoddard, marketing director for the Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau.
Said Stoddard: "We call it 8,300 acres of fun."


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"There's no other festival like this," said Ed Stoddard, marketing director with the Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau and Mayfest volunteer.
While May is still a week away, Stoddard said the festival is always the last Saturday in April and is meant as a way to welcome spring as the downtown trees are in bloom and the weather warms up. It's also a way to bring history to life while having a good time. "We try to do a lot of living history," Stoddard said, pointing out a nearby blacksmith who was demonstrating the craftsmanship of a bygone era.


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