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Students from the Lake George Elementary School take a last-day photo before heading to their buses in excitement as they exit the building surrounded by bubbles on the last day of school in 2015. "Sadie", the dog, participates as Kim Zilm, left, takes family photos.

LAKE GEORGE — Fifty years strong.

The Lake George Central School District is inviting all former staff and students to honor its elementary school’s 50th anniversary on Friday at 9 a.m.

The welcoming address will be by the Superintendent of Schools Lynne Rutnik. School board president Mark Mularz will do the opening address and elementary school principal Jim Conway will speak on the school’s history.

The elementary and junior-senior high school band and chorus will perform and a picture will be taken of staff and students in the shape of the number 50. The tour of the building will follow the reception.

On Friday night, the school’s Parent Teacher Student Organization will host its Fall Festival from 5-7 p.m. at the elementary school.

The event will have bounce houses, raffles, silent auctions and a dunk tank, which is advertised to have principal Conway partake in. The cost is $10 per family.

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Andrew David Kuczkowski is the education reporter. Andrew can be reached at 518-742-3354. Follow Andrew on Twitter: @ByKuczkowski.



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