The 1966 school year was nearly over, but teens still had some tests in singing and dancing. Folk dancers stepped up their games at Herman L. Bradt Elementary School in Rotterdam. The costumed dancers performed for their classmates in a program that was held May 27. Dancers from Oneida Junior High School in Schenectady improvised with modern flair. They had performed “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” at the Albany Tulip Festival. Linton musicians and singers prepared for a spring concert. Teens at Mohonasen High School in Rotterdam assembled as the student council for the first time.
Dancers from Schenectady’s Oneida Junior High School, fresh from performing “Tiptoe Through the Tulips" at Albany's annual Tulip Festival in May 1966, take five in the school gym. From left, seated in front, are Becky Williams, Karen Nisiobincki and Cathy McLane. Kneeling are Deborah Orr and Hope Wyman. Standing are Jone Holmblad, Leslie Maiello and Cindi Rybicki.
Eight folk dancers from Rotterdam’s Bradt School put their best feet forward during the spring of 1966. From left are Michele Radliffe, Joyce Kouzan, Lynne Wojcik, Barbara Valente, Kathy Ryan, Janet Frasier, Betty Ann Fuller and Diana Blagriff. The dancers showed off their stuff during a program at Bradt on May 27, 1966.
Science fans from Notre Dame High School in Schenectady smile after their return from a symposium of the Albany Diocese Science Council sponsored by the Knights of Columbus in May 1966. From left are Mary K. Affleck, Margaret Shiely, Vincenne Martorana, Janice Gorzynski and Lorraine Perretta.
Top teens at Mohonasen High School assemble as new school officers during the spring of 1966. From left are Lorrie Pierce, historian; Marianne DiCocco, secretary; Dorothy Preisner, treasurer; Lynn Havlicek, vice president; and David Naseman, president.
Singers and musicians at Linton High are eager for the school’s May concert in 1966. Seated, from left, are Fran Lindsay and Robert Jutton. Standing, from left, are Jim Rowe, Mark Martin, Ann Sayers and John Becker.