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April 1990 events included trip to 1700s and visit from Batmobile

Members of Scotia-Glenville High School’s Class of 1990 shovel to replace a blue spruce tree that was cut down by vandals. From left are Matt Eisenhower, Andrea Apollo and Theresa Arnold.
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Members of Scotia-Glenville High School’s Class of 1990 shovel to replace a blue spruce tree that was cut down by vandals. From left are Matt Eisenhower, Andrea Apollo and Theresa Arnold.
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Elizabeth Rudolph was in Colonial costume and character for April 1990. Rudolph, a member of the Sons and Daughters for Liberty Militia, used a giant cauldron to cook stew. She was showing fourth-graders from Charlton Heights Elementary School how women in long dresses and short caps made dinner during the 1700s. The kids got their chances to get Colonial later in the day. They churned butter, made candles, tanned leather and wove fabrics. Other people ...

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