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Students took part in flurry of activity during June 1969 (with photos)

Richard Adach of the Hispanic Society of Schenectady presents scholarships to students well-versed in the Spanish language in June 1969. Standing in front, from left, are Joanne Bloomer of Scotia-Glenville and Kathy Prokop of Mohonasen. In the second row are Laura Jones of Scotia-Glenville, Mary Margaret Wantuck of Mont Pleasant, Debra Enright of Schalmont and Eva Consentino of Mohonasen. In the back row are Kathleen Bellavio of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Rosemary Romanofskin of Mont Pleasant, Kevin Dulin of Union College and Susan Fitzgerald of Shaker.
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Richard Adach of the Hispanic Society of Schenectady presents scholarships to students well-versed in the Spanish language in June 1969. Standing in front, from left, are Joanne Bloomer of Scotia-Glenville and Kathy Prokop of Mohonasen. In the second row are Laura Jones of Scotia-Glenville, Mary Margaret Wantuck of Mont Pleasant, Debra Enright of Schalmont and Eva Consentino of Mohonasen. In the back row are Kathleen Bellavio of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Rosemary Romanofskin of Mont Pleasant, Kevin Dulin of Union College and Susan Fitzgerald of Shaker.
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Donald Mason and his friends were ready to take on the world. They were young, good-looking teenagers at Draper High School in Rotterdam. They were ready for leadership, as they had just been selected to lead the student council during the 1969-1970 school year. Other members of the school set were large and in charge during June 1969. Prom season brought planning, posing and nights on the town in communities all over the Capital Region. ...

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