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Schenectady chamber honors those who make good news

Luncheon rewards community contributions

Chuck Steiner, President of The Chamber of Schenectady County kicks off the singing of "God Bless America" with Chamber "Good News Award" winners Angelo Menagias, owner of the Blue Ribbon Diner,center, and Bruno Sacchetti proprietor of Peter Pause Restaurant, right, during The Chamber luncheon held at River Stone Manor on Thursday afternoon. Both men immigrated to the states in 1967 to start restaurants in Schenectady at the time.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Chuck Steiner, President of The Chamber of Schenectady County kicks off the singing of "God Bless America" with Chamber "Good News Award" winners Angelo Menagias, owner of the Blue Ribbon Diner,center, and Bruno Sacchetti proprietor of Peter Pause Restaurant, right, during The Chamber luncheon held at River Stone Manor on Thursday afternoon. Both men immigrated to the states in 1967 to start restaurants in Schenectady at the time.
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One was a Rotterdam business owner who rebuilt his embroidery shop after a fire burned it to the ground; another a woman who mentors children in Schenectady’s poorest neighborhood. Others included a husband and wife whose Italian eatery has remained “the place where everybody knows your name” despite a changing neighborhood over the decades. These were just a handful of the 10 businesses, organizations and people honored at the Chamber of Schenectady County’s annual Good ...


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