Sherburne Scouts ‘crew’ World War II destroyer

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SHERBURNE – The Scouts and families of Sherburne Pack 66 packed and headed on a grand adventure to Albany recently. The group’s first stop was the New York State Museum. They explored what makes New York State a unique and great place to live. All the exhibits were enjoyed but there were three favorites – The Sesame Street Set, The Iroquois Longhouse and The Carousel. The group then walked the Empire State Plaza to the State Capitol building; while it was closed, it was inspiring to be on the steps of the very building where important decisions and laws are made. They also took in the sculptures on the Plaza, but everyone was most intrigued by “The Egg” which houses two theatres.

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