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High Notes: Playground, charity convoy, BBQ for child nutrition


High Notes: Playground, charity convoy, BBQ for child nutrition


Spotlighting the good being done in our communities Gazette Editorial Board|September 9, 2018 In Schenectady, dozens of volunteers from Foresters Financial in Latham, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Schenectady, and the Schenectady Municipal Housing Authority all came together with the KaBOOM! organization to build a playground for local children at Steinmetz Homes in Schenectady. The old playground had been removed due to safety concerns.

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