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Day of Service draws volunteers for Schenectady cleanup (with photo gallery)

The Parsons' family, Jen, Steve, Rhett, 12, and Blaine, 10, of Trinity Presbyterian in Glenville work at the tennis courts on Norwood Ave in Schenectady as part of the Schenectady Inner City Ministry's Day of Service on Saturday.
The Parsons' family, Jen, Steve, Rhett, 12, and Blaine, 10, of Trinity Presbyterian in Glenville work at the tennis courts on Norwood Ave in Schenectady as part of the Schenectady Inner City Ministry's Day of Service on Saturday.
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When Stephen Mathes arrived at one of Schenectady’s “hidden gems” Saturday morning, he encountered bits of his old life. The retired Schenectady County senior probation officer first came across a group of kids doing community service at Vale Park as part of their release under supervision. Then he happened upon a former parolee of his, a man now in recovery who walks through the park just off of Nott Terrace practically every day — cleaning ...


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