Thank you

AOA buttons on table

Found these in drawer recently. (We were a little sad we couldn't find one of the Otto buttons.)

Ahead of AOA10 this evening, we just wanted to take a moment to thank you for being a part of AOA for the past decade.

We've learned so many things along the way, about this place, about ourselves. More than anything, though, we take to heart the opportunity we've had to meet so many of you. The people have always been the best part of this experience.

Thank you.


Thank you AOA! I

I also arrived to Albany about ten years ago. Prior to moving I searched the internet for what it was like to live and work here and finding AOA helped ease my concerns about moving to this new city on the Hudson River. Your coverage of important issues that impact the social and urban fabric of the community surpass the print, blogs, and broadcast news for the region.

You're a part of my Albany experience since day one and I hope for many more years to come.

Wonderful time last evening, spent catching up with friends and community members - thank you! How do I get my hands on one of those darling buttons?

I do would die for one of those buttons haha.

AOA10 was so much fun! Congrats on 10 years of informing the area of fun, interesting and important topics!!!
And thanks for the DeFazio's pizza and Cider Belly donuts. Soooo good :)

I, too, would love to know how to acquire one of these buttons!

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