Moving Day: Ginie Cassin presided over many a Memorial Day ceremony in Scoville Park. The longtime village clerk and Hemingway board chair leaves Sunday for a new life with family in Minnesota. | Photo courtesy of Debby Preiser
Community Connector: Left, with Redd Griffin, David Pope, Bill Cassin (top row) and Vic and Jean Guarino (bottom row) in front of Peace Triumphant in Scoville Park. | Photo courtesy of Debby Preiser
Ginie Cassin with Village President Anan Abu-Taleb and state Sen. Don Harmon. | Photo courtesy of Debby Preiser
Virginia and Bill Cassin were married on Aug. 11, 1945. | File photo
Ginie and her son, Pat; speaking at a Memorial Day ceremony in Scoville Park; the face no one could say 'no' to. | Photo courtesy of Debby Preiser
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| Photo courtesy of Debby Preiser
Ginie accepts her Ulyssean Award from Harold Rohlfing in 2005.
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