It's a groovy situation at Glindmyer's Hob Nob Inn on Duane Avenue over Thanksgiving weekend of 1976. Kids from Central Park Middle School danced during the party, organized by three teachers. One of the teachers, Howard Moyer (in center, with beard) showed the kids some steps. Watching the scene are (from right) teacher Sullivan J. Alois, science teacher John Dadeo and Don Glindmeyer, longtime owner of the Hob Nob.
Greg Goutos, 16, and Katharine Town, 14 (both at left) receive 4-H achievement awards from George Nichalak, director of produce operations for Price Chopper supermarkets, in November 1976. Cooperative Extension agent Jackie Burwell watches the ceremony, which took place at Schalmont High School. The teens conducted a vegetable research project sponsored by the supermarket chain.
Kids at Central Park Middle School showed off a "can-do" attitude during the 1976 holiday season, collecting 1,500 cans of food during the school food drive. Standing at left are Billy Hafner, Carl Tung and project adviser Joseph Ozarowski. In front are Bonnie Oshine, left, and Jennifer Harris. Standing at far right is Teresa DeCarlo.
Price Chopper employees built a 250-pound fruit basket at the Eastern Parkway store during the 1976 holiday season. From left are produce worker Thomas Kelly, produce manager Ron Hoxon and assistant produce manager Chuck DeVito.