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Winter soldiers’ vigil for peace

Committed band stands its ground 600 Saturdays

Wayne Stinson, left, of Summit, Ann Adams, center, of Sharon Springs, and Katherine Hawkins, right, of Summit, hold a special 600th consecutive weekly vigil for peace at the corner of Main and Union Streets in Cobleskill on Saturday, December 29, 2012.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Wayne Stinson, left, of Summit, Ann Adams, center, of Sharon Springs, and Katherine Hawkins, right, of Summit, hold a special 600th consecutive weekly vigil for peace at the corner of Main and Union Streets in Cobleskill on Saturday, December 29, 2012.
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Everyone who was outdoors Saturday was trying to get in. Drivers navigated snow-slick roads with great care, their car lights the only thing visible from a distance in the snowy haze. People walked into shops to run errands. If they ran into a friendly face outdoors, they didn’t stop for long to chat. Cobleskill, like much of the Capital Region, was a snow globe on Saturday, and many residents went to great lengths to avoid ...


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