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Village of Scotia, NY in New York, USA

Memorial Day Services and Parade

May 22, 2002
Memorial Day Parade
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This 12' x 18' American Flag is carried by Scout Troop 357 Division Color Guard. Scoutmaster John M. Papp should be very proud of his troop.

The weather for the parade was perfect. A nice crowd enjoyed five full divisions of fire trucks, clowns, soldiers, dancers, marching bands, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Little Leaguers and much more!

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Blue Angels
Blue Angels
Flight 2002 Air Show
Tickets Now On Sale
Empire State Aerosciences Museum and Price Chopper

Schenectady County Airport
May 25-26

Village of  Scotia Incorporated in 1904.
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Village of Scotia, NY

While our Scotia may not be a international tourist destination our residents and shop owners take great pride in what Scotia has to offer.

Tree lined streets, award winning schools, playgrounds, fine dining and large parks make Scotia a wonderful place for a peaceful retirement or to raise a new family.

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