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April 27 declared as RoseMarie Terenzio Day in St. Marys

April 30, 2012

Photo by Amy Cherry - New York Times best-selling author RoseMarie Terenzio reads over the proclamation declaring April 27, 2012 as RoseMarie Terenzio Day in St. Marys.

On Friday evening, New York Times best-selling author RoseMarie Terenzio was left speechless after City of St. Marys Mayor Sally Geyer proclaimed April 27 as RoseMarie Terenzio Day in St. Marys.
Geyer read the proclamation during Terenzio's book-signing event held at the St. Marys Public Library. She is the author of the memoir "Fairy Tale Interrupted," in which she chronicles her five-year experience as the late John F. Kennedy Jr.'s assistant and publicist.
Terenzio stated that this was one of the best things that has ever happened to her and said she was truly appreciative of the gesture, which received a generous round of applause from the nearly 100 event attendees.

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