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David Briggs

The Albany Big Band Tea Dance returned to the community center last Sunday, carrying on a longtime tradition of raising funds for summer camp scholarships. The 20-piece band played classical and modern swing sets at tea-time, donating their services to the Dance Palace. Dan Mankin, who directs the center, said there are still a few openings in . . .

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