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Senior trips still planned

BROADALBIN — Although the Broadalbin Seniors are not able to meet because of COVID 19, President, Toni Hallenbeck, is using e-mail to keep everyone informed. The Trip Committee has met to put together a proposed list of trips for this year in anticipation of travel restrictions being lifted, according to a news release.

Thursday: Fort Ticonderoga to spend the morning exploring Fort Ticonderoga Afterwards, the participants welcome to shop at the Lake George Outlets followed by dinner at the Log Jam Restaurant. The cost of the trip is $65.

June 24: Schenectady Rose Garden followed by lunch at The Light House restaurant. The cost is $54.

Aug. 10: Alexandria Bay to take a luncheon cruise on the Uncle Sam. Later a stop at Boldt Castle, which is renovated a little each year. On the way home, a stop at Babe’s, Utica, Oneida County, for dinner on one’s own. The cost is $65.

Oct. 17-22: San Antonio – Limited seats available – Guided tour of San Antonio, cruise of the River Walk District, the Alamo and Imax Theater presentation “Alamo — The Price of Freedom”, San Antonio Missions Tour, LBJ Ranch and more. The cost is $1,275 per person/double; single supplement $120. The price includes air from Albany, four nights lodging and eight meals.

For more information on the above trips, call Hallenbeck at (518) 883-3008 or Nancy Weiss at (518) 883-5396.

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