France wanted to say “Merci!” World War II was over, and French citizens decided to thank the United States for the $40 million in food and other supplies sent to their war-ravaged country during the late 1940s.
In a lecture next weekend at the Mabee Farm, University at Albany professor will talk about how American involvement in World War I and World War II mattered to those manufacturing and supplying creameries.
Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! Joyeux Noel! Feliz Navidad! Season's Greetings! Salutations abound for December. During the 1960s, Schenectady residents used words and actions to celebrate festive days of early winter.
In 1995, Martha Simone and nine of her friends decided to step into Thanksgiving. They spent part of their morning in Martha’s “step and sculpt” aerobics class at the YWCA. Other people celebrated Thanksgiving in different ways in 1990 and 1995.
Students at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute are designing lighting plans to illuminate two bronze statues of Thomas Edison and Charles Steinmetz, erected last May at the intersection of South Ferry Street and Erie Boulevard in Schenectady.