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Miss America brings stop-smoking message to Niskayuna supermarket

Miss America Kirsten Haglund talks with Katy Lott of Schenectady on Tuesday while Lott holds her 8-month-old son Carter at the Price Chopper in Niskayuna.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Miss America Kirsten Haglund talks with Katy Lott of Schenectady on Tuesday while Lott holds her 8-month-old son Carter at the Price Chopper in Niskayuna.
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When she arrived at the Price Chopper supermarket on Balltown Road this morning, Linda Ryan of Schenectady did not to expect to see a woman in a tiara at the entrance. Ryan had stopped to pick up some dog food and other groceries when she met Miss America, Kirsten Haglund, who was urging customers to quit smoking and promoting a quit-smoking product she endorses. Ryan was pleased by the surprise. “That’s awesome,” she said. Ryan ...


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caringmom
October 21, 2008
1:21 p.m.

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Well i have nodulars,spots and shadows on my lungs and never smoked a day in my life.something needs to be done about the smoking out of poeples house- cause second hand smoke is just as bad if not worse. so when they light up they are putting themselves and OTHERS at risk. I have 2 daughters, and if anything happens to me cause of other people being selfish...i have nothing else to say

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