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Change of seasons in '94 brought a range of activities, events

Fifth-graders Darla Coppola and Erica Besenval listen to a spring lecture at the Immaculate Conception School on Bradt Street in Schenectady.
Fifth-graders Darla Coppola and Erica Besenval listen to a spring lecture at the Immaculate Conception School on Bradt Street in Schenectady.
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Jerry Jennings had a reason to celebrate. Albany’s new mayor had been on the job for three full months when he had lunch with city firefighters on April 1, 1994. Jennings looked like he had an appetite. He ladled a huge amount of spaghetti onto his plate and proved that pasta and politics mix well. Other people were also eating lunch during the spring of 1994. Seniors at Schenectady Christian School in Scotia (now Mekeel ...


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