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Feasts, freckles, musicians, fundraisers made news in November '63 and '66

UNICEF representative Mrs. Thomas Rouse, left, accepts a check for $733 from Dave Ryan, president of the student council at Van Antwerp Junior High School in November 1966. Students raised the money during a Halloween “Trick or Treat for UNICEF” project. Present for the presentation are teacher Ray Bailey (next to Rouse) and in the background, Van Antwerp officials Frank Taormina, Ronald Howells and Dorothy Kellogg.
UNICEF representative Mrs. Thomas Rouse, left, accepts a check for $733 from Dave Ryan, president of the student council at Van Antwerp Junior High School in November 1966. Students raised the money during a Halloween “Trick or Treat for UNICEF” project. Present for the presentation are teacher Ray Bailey (next to Rouse) and in the background, Van Antwerp officials Frank Taormina, Ronald Howells and Dorothy Kellogg.
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Thanksgiving boosters, teen musicians, a freckled girl and holdovers from Halloween made news in November of 1963 and 1966. Turkey fans were at the Schenectady Boys Club and the Red Feather Club. The boys enjoyed traditional fixings at an early feast. The Feathers planned distribution of Thanksgiving meals to needy people. Mohonasen musicians prepared for the New York State Music Association all-state conference in Buffalo. Patricia Sands was in the orchestra division; John Lehman, Robert ...


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