Baldwinsville hosts Seneca River Days
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BALDWINSVILLE, N.Y. -- There were boats of all shapes and sizes out on Seneca Lake on Saturday. It was the Anything That Floats Race, as part of Seneca River Days.
The festival has been going on for 18 years, and continues to be free to the public. Organizers said it's really a celebration of Baldwinsville and its community.
"We feel really fortunate because the town really does support local events and local groups like Rotary, which is actually the sponsor of Seneca River Days, and we put all of it back into the community, and I think the community recognizes that," said Sean Becker, chairman of Seneca River Days.
The day wrapped up with a Duck Race Fundraiser, where the winner took home $1,000.