Famed “Lady Long Rider” visits Seneca Falls


Honoring Women’s Rights Movement Bernice Ende includes stop at

National Historical Park on 2.5 year, 8,000 mile cross-country journey




Bernice Ende will travel through Seneca Falls on Saturday, September 6, 2014. Ms. Ende, a retired teacher, is currently on a 2 ½ year, 8,000 mile horseback trek across the United States and Canada to commemorate Montana’s suffrage centennial.

On her featured stop she will be visiting the Women’s Rights National Historical Park at approximately 2:00 pm to pay homage to the birthplace of the Women’s Rights Movement. Discussing her journey that began this year in northern Montana, and is scheduled to conclude in Maine in 2016, Bernice will be available following her tour of the national historical park for remarks and photos from the media and public. Ms. Ende will then proceed on horseback to the next chosen location as she continues on her journey eastward.

The public is invited to attend this exclusive opportunity.

For more information on Bernice Ende, please visit www.endeofthetrail.com.







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