Q: Why did you volunteer for the Special Olympics?
Q: Why did you take part in the Glens Falls March for Women?
“Yes, we are going to start living life instead of going through the motions. As a family, we are going to pick one thing each months that scares us a little and do it.”
Q: Why did you take part in the Polar Plunge?
Q: Why do you volunteer during the holidays? ?
Q: What is your family's most important holiday tradition?
Q: Why do model trains fascinate people so much?
Q: Why are you interested in train events?
Q: “What are you most thankful for right now?”
Q: Why did you come watch the parade in 39-degree weather?
Q: Streetwise: What was the most important thing you learned serving in the military?
Editor’s note: Question was asked of authors at the Falling Leaves book fair Sunday in Glens Falls.
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