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Where there's a mom, there's a thankful son or daughter, too

Brown School fifth graders left to right, Henry Smith, Julia Syta, Luke Pezzano, Lia Richter and Ariella Kuhn talked about how special Mother's Day is to them in class recently.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Brown School fifth graders left to right, Henry Smith, Julia Syta, Luke Pezzano, Lia Richter and Ariella Kuhn talked about how special Mother's Day is to them in class recently.
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Kat liked the cats. She wasn’t crazy about the dogs. “Last year, I hid clues around the house for this party with all my pets,” said Lia Richter, 10, about the Mother’s Day party she planned last year for her mother, Kat Richter. “Mom liked the surprise. But the dogs barked a lot.” Lia, a fifth-grade student at the Brown School in Schenectady, will thank her dogs to be quiet today, and thank her mother ...

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