Political divide has hit home for many

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Ken Tingley, The Post-Star

There were 16 of us.

Ten women, six men in an upstairs conference room at Crandall Public Library when we all should have been outside on the most gorgeous evening so far this spring.

But we weren’t.

We had work to do.

We had all signed up for the Better Angels program and we were locked in for next two and a half hours for a skills workshop.

I’ve been talking up the organization for the last month or so and was kind of disgusted that no one had signed up for a couple scheduled programs in Glens Falls earlier this spring.

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