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Schenectady has always been at cutting edge in business, education

Quintin Bullock
Quintin Bullock
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Sure, Schenectady might be showing a little bit of its age, but at 350 years old, who wouldn’t be. The city is a place where the old and new meet in interesting ways. Erie Boulevard, today a primary roadway jammed with cars and trucks, was once the Erie Canal, the famous east-west waterway that spurred our nation’s expansion to the west. There’s the beloved Stockade, a neighborhood filled with architecture from the earliest settlement. But ...

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July 27, 2011
8:12 p.m.

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How about SCCC holding a week end long culinary festival for the public. There could be students at different stations in the college parking lot explaining and showing different culinary events. One could be a knife skills and carving tent. Another could be a baking tent. This could all evolve aroung some cooking demonstrations. How about a barbecue station, a soup making station another could be cooking and presenting salids, different venues.
Wouldn't that be a gread down town draw and an annual summer event. Come on folks; lets contact the school and get SCCC to at least get as involved in Schenectady as Union College has!!!