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Supporters help ‘success story’ student aim for gold

Staffers at state office donate $4K to Olympic hopeful

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Anthony Herringshaw will no longer have to use secondhand equipment in his quest to represent the United States in the 2012 Youth Olympic Games. A former foster child who now resides at Northeast Parent & Child in Schenectady, 16-year-old Herringshaw became interested in bobsledding during a day trip to Lake Placid sponsored by Northeast’s recreation program nearly two years ago. He displayed natural skill in the sport and was encouraged to take it on as ...


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