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In May ’86, students had eye on the prize (with photos)

Thinkers from Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Junior High School’s Odyssey of the Mind team prepare for upcoming mind games in Arizona. Sitting at a school computer is Kevin D'Allaird. From left are Drew Nelson, Jamie Lynch, Jenny Capparella, Tom LaViolette, Richard Freitas and Chuck Kabrehl.
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Thinkers from Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Junior High School’s Odyssey of the Mind team prepare for upcoming mind games in Arizona. Sitting at a school computer is Kevin D'Allaird. From left are Drew Nelson, Jamie Lynch, Jenny Capparella, Tom LaViolette, Richard Freitas and Chuck Kabrehl.
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Debbi Stanton became a princess. Angela Vellano contemplated the title of Miss Teenage New York. Musicians from Mohonasen High School showed off new trophies — and young people from Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Junior High School considered a journey . . . to the center of the mind. May days in 1986 bustled in Schenectady schools, as students prepared for final exams and summer recess. Teens at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School said “Hello” to Dolly Levi for ...

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