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Amsterdam City Hall decked out in wreaths (photos, video)

Silent auction to benefit Old Fort Johnson

Pat Posluszny, of Hagaman, left, and Jane Button, of Amsterdam, right, look at "A Little Holiday Baking" wreath donated by Rulison Honey Farms at the Deck the Doors silent auction to benefit Fort Johnson National Historic Landmark at Amsterdam City Hall on Saturday, November 24, 2012.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Pat Posluszny, of Hagaman, left, and Jane Button, of Amsterdam, right, look at "A Little Holiday Baking" wreath donated by Rulison Honey Farms at the Deck the Doors silent auction to benefit Fort Johnson National Historic Landmark at Amsterdam City Hall on Saturday, November 24, 2012.
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Amsterdam City Hall, normally a stately and impressive old building, has received a touch of whimsical creativity from the community it overlooks and is all decked out for the holidays. As part of the Montgomery County Historical Society’s “Deck the Doors” event, wreaths designed and donated by community members and local businesses and organizations have been hung on doors throughout City Hall’s three floors. The event combines, according to a flier, “local history, creativity and ...

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