By Stephen Huba, Tribune-Review

The Pennsylvania Tourism Office on Friday unveiled a three-day road trip that memorializes the places most associated with Fred Rogers, the famed Presbyterian minister and children's TV host.

The Fred Rogers Trail commemorates the 50th anniversary of the classic PBS show “Mister Rogers' Neighborhood” and could bring tourism to the communities where he lived and worked.

“He used stories, analogies and songs to connect with millions of us. He made connections that span generations, all the while using Pennsylvania as his neighborhood,” said Dennis Davin, secretary of the state Department of Community and Economic Development.

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