Article on page 25 of the 11/17 Express.
MECHANICVILLE NOVEMBER 20- There were no cars in the showroom at Toyota of Clifton Park . It was filled with boxes and cans of for, and turkeys. Enough food and turkeys to feed 825 families. Michael Raucci, the General Manager of Toyota of Clifton Park and the man behind the Thanksgiving Food Drive, pointed out that families in Mechanicville, Stillwater, Halfmoon, Clifton Park, and Waterford will have turkey dinners thanks to the generosity of the community.
The horror that has transpired in France at this season of the year when our thoughts have turned to celebrating Thanksgiving, to time-honored traditions and happy gatherings of family and friends, reminds us of how tenuous peace is, of how tenuous life is. So it is that once again, in 2015, we will experience a holiday tempered with sadness, with concerns and fears not only for our own future, but for the very future of the world.
Have you ever considered that this aura of trepidation has become almost as traditional as the holiday itself?
Read the entire article in the Nov. 26 issue.