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Two named patroons, Schenectady's highest honor

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Just before Saturday’s performance of “Hairspray” at Schenectady High School, a woman who has worked for decades behind the scenes was honored for her commitment to the high school’s arts programs. In front of the “Hairspray” audience, the mayor named Miriam Butzel a patroon, Schenectady’s highest honor. “This diminutive woman cares deeply about the students who are seven decades or more younger than she and is a wonderful role model for them. Schenectady is so ...

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May 6, 2014
6:50 a.m.

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it looks like we now have 2 directors of operations, since a fellow was introduced to us at the end of last nights meeting as the director of operations. I believe his name is David Fronk. I had no idea who he was but my colleagues all seemed to be familiar with him when our council president made the announcement as we were breaking up.Interesting to say the least!

May 6, 2014
4:39 p.m.

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Excellent observation Vince. Thanks for keeping me/us informed.

Your comment used as many keystrokes, and took up as much space as the reporter and editor gave to the silly Type A Lady's waste of breath.