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Calvary Tabernacle church celebrates its 90th birthday

John Saglimbeni, of Schenectady, looks for his mother in a church photograph from 1932, back when it was located on Strong Street, at Calvary Tabernacle's 90th anniversary celebration at Proctor's Key Hall in Schenectady on Sunday, September 30, 2012.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
John Saglimbeni, of Schenectady, looks for his mother in a church photograph from 1932, back when it was located on Strong Street, at Calvary Tabernacle's 90th anniversary celebration at Proctor's Key Hall in Schenectady on Sunday, September 30, 2012.
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The vaulted ceilings of Proctors’ Key Hall reverberated with the happy sounds of birthday festivities Sunday afternoon. A few hundred gathered to celebrate the 90th birthday of Schenectady’s Calvary Tabernacle Assemblies of God Church. Nine decades of continuous service is quite an achievement and it was quite a party. The place was crowded with people in their classy Sunday best and vest-wearing waiters offering hors d’oeuvres. Event planner and the pastor’s daughter Bianca Agnes made ...


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