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Family sending second tree to Empire State Plaza display

35-foot spruce follows 2001 donation

Nancy and Bill Winkler stand in front of the spruce tree they are donating at their home on Wendall Avenue in Schenectady. With them are grandchildren, from left, Jackson, Luke (rear center), Connor, and Molly.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Nancy and Bill Winkler stand in front of the spruce tree they are donating at their home on Wendall Avenue in Schenectady. With them are grandchildren, from left, Jackson, Luke (rear center), Connor, and Molly.
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Christmas may still be six weeks away, but Schenectady’s Bill and Nancy Winkler are already in the giving spirit. The couple are donating to New York state the 35-foot-tall blue spruce that stands in the front yard of their home on Wendell Avenue. Branches will be decorated with the reds, greens and golds of the holiday season and the tree will stand through early winter at the Empire State Plaza. “We’re happy to do it, ...

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