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Jumpin’ back after disaster (with photo gallery)

Eaters eagerly line up for return of spring tradition

Scotia Glenville High School student, Ray Nazir sits down to enjoy lunch at Jumpin' Jacks Drive In during the season opener on Thursday. Fellow students left to right, John DiPace and Nick VanAuken seen in background.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Scotia Glenville High School student, Ray Nazir sits down to enjoy lunch at Jumpin' Jacks Drive In during the season opener on Thursday. Fellow students left to right, John DiPace and Nick VanAuken seen in background.
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Glen Brownell didn’t mind the slow line for fast food. The 52-year-old attorney was just glad to have a place in the crowd at Jumpin’ Jack’s in Scotia on Thursday morning. “It means we made it through the winter, and it’s a sure sign of spring,” said Glenmont resident Brownell, who has attended opening day festivities at the landmark drive-in for the past 20 years. “It’s kind of a focal point in the community. In ...

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jaini
March 30, 2012
7:37 a.m.

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Great story Jeff,Great Job...John Aini Rotterdam

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