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The Kingston Daily Freeman, July 24, 2011
Catskills’ Glory Days correspondent Tod Westlake
An Ellenville native is working to build a museum and hall of fame dedicated to the Borsht Belt's heyday.

"Cousin Brucie" Morrow said "This is a tradition that should be preserved" adding that he feels Godfrey has what it takes to make the museum a reality.

Freddie Roman echoed Morrow's sentiments about the Catskills. He said he also believes this kind of museum is long overdue.

The Shawangunk Journal , August 19, 2010.
Coming Soon: Catskill Resort Museum Comedy Hall of Fame by Tod Westlake

Now, with its glory days long gone, the Catskill region looks to remake itself, as members of the region search for ways to breathe new life into an area that in recent years has seen more than its fair share of hard times.