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Retired teacher opens shop for jewelry-making business

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A Schenectady native has opened her own jewelry shop in the heart of downtown’s Little Italy neighborhood. Debbie White, a retired teacher in Scotia-Glenville elementary schools, gathered with city and county officials Thursday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 36 N. Jay St. to celebrate the grand opening of KC Creations Jewelry. The Chamber of Schenectady County hosted and Albany law firm McNamee, Lochner, Titus & Williams sponsored the event. “What I am most proud of ...


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