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Loudonville tree to help mark holidays (photos, video)

Fred Donovan owner of Donovan Tree Service uses his crane to remove a 45 foot pine tree from the front lawn of the Grace and Dennis Kivelin home located at 6 Rachlin Lane in Loudonville on Thursday morning. The tree is destined for display in East Capitol Park.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Fred Donovan owner of Donovan Tree Service uses his crane to remove a 45 foot pine tree from the front lawn of the Grace and Dennis Kivelin home located at 6 Rachlin Lane in Loudonville on Thursday morning. The tree is destined for display in East Capitol Park.
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Thirty-five feet of memories were hauled away from a home in Loudonville by about a dozen state employees Thursday and put on display in East Capitol Park in Albany. The effect is a lot more sun on the home of Grace and Dennis Kivelin, which previously was overshadowed by a large tree in the front lawn at 6 Rachlin Lane. Now the blue spruce is on display for visitors to the Capitol and will feature ...


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