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Annual Scotia fireworks a post-holiday treat

Kile Monaco, 8, tries to catch a bubble on his tongue while waiting for the fireworks to begin at Jumpin' Jack's Drive-In in Scotia on Friday.
Kile Monaco, 8, tries to catch a bubble on his tongue while waiting for the fireworks to begin at Jumpin' Jack's Drive-In in Scotia on Friday.
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On the day fireworks came late to Scotia, Rebecca Fountain came early. The Scotia resident was in Freedom Park at 5 a.m. on Friday to grab a riverside position for the annual skyrocket and sparkle show that is traditionally one of the first Fourth of July events in the Capital Region. High waters in the Mohawk River forced management at Jumpin’ Jack’s Drive-In restaurant to cancel the June 28 show. A rain date was immediately ...

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dagiacalone
July 13, 2013
12:52 a.m.

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The show was as enjoyable as ever. Many thanks to the folks at Jumpin' Jack's and all their helpers.

See images of the fireworks taken from Cucumber Alley in the Schenectady Stockade at
http://tinyurl.com/JJfireworks2013

idean
July 13, 2013
3:23 p.m.

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Who took that great Boy and Bubble photo? --Beverly Elander-Dean

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