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Schenectady's St. Adalbert celebrates Polish culture

 Nicole Hudson, 2, of Rotterdam, wears a traditional polish Krakowianka in her hair at the Church of St. Adalbert  29th annual Polish American Harvest Festival. Mom Crystal Macejka holds her. Brother Jason Macejka is left.
Nicole Hudson, 2, of Rotterdam, wears a traditional polish Krakowianka in her hair at the Church of St. Adalbert 29th annual Polish American Harvest Festival. Mom Crystal Macejka holds her. Brother Jason Macejka is left.
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By 3 p.m. Sunday, Phyllis Weaver was almost out of baked goods to sell. The Rotterdam resident was in charge of selling bread and sweets at the Polish American Harvest Festival outside of the St. Adalbert Church. “We have sold a lot of goods today,” she said. “It’s great that we can raise so much money.” Parishioners had donated a wide variety of baked goods, Weaver said, so any money the bake sale generated was ...


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