EDMESTON – Pathfinder Village celebrated the longevity of 16 employees – 280 years combined – at a luncheon Tuesday at The Otesaga.
Honorees included Senior Director Dan Osborn and Eva Pickens of the Ancillary Department, who each have served 35 years. Those celebrating 30-year anniversaries included Pathfinder School Teacher Nancy Kelly, Direct Support Professional Cindy Holbert, and Assistant Director of Enrichment Services Charleen Orendorff.
Lining up for a portrait in front of Otsego Lake’s famed vistas as the 60th Cooperstown Ballroom Cotillion began last evening at The Otesaga are, from left, Henry Michaels, Ashton Jicha, Theodore Ignatovsky, Ben van der Riet, Gavin Henry, Luca Gardner-Olesen, Declan White and Sam Vezza. At left, mom and daughter combination, Jean Marie and Jessica Cocivi, battle high winds as they pose for photos. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for TUESDAY, MAR. 13
PUBLIC MEETING – 7 – 8 p.m. Help enhance Huntington Park. Tina Winstead, Library Director, presents the conceptual design and the community is invited to give ideas and feedback. Help create a beautiful and welcoming park. Huntington Memorial Library, 62 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Call 607-432-1980 or visit www.facebook.com/hmloneonta/
ART STUDIO – 3:30 p.m. Young artists and their families are invited to explore basic art techniques, from acrylics to water colors. All welcome. Arkell Museum, 2 Erie Blvd., Canajoharie. Call 518-673-2314 or visit www.arkellmuseum.org/events-calendar
COOPERSTOWN – The Friends of Bassett’s second Valentine’s Soiree attracted 400 celebrants and raised $160,000 for a new state-of-the-art operating room at the Cooperstown hospital.
The live auction and raffles contributed more than $20,000 of the total proceeds.
Veteran Republican consultant Roger Stone, top photo, left, shares insights with, from right, Otsego County Republican chairman Vince Casale, Lynne Krogh and Sheriff Richard J. Devlin Jr. last evening at the annual county Republican Dinner at The Otesaga. Stone, who has recently published “The Making of The American President 2016,” said the Netflix movie based on the book has caused a spike in sales. Controversial dating back to his days as an operative for President Richard M. Nixon, as well as his friendship with President Trump, Stone’s appearance also stirred a protest across Lake Street from the resort hotel, led by Maguire Benton, president of the Otsego County Young Democrats, in photo at left. With him are Toni McGrath, right, and Anita Pratt, both of Delmar, where they belong to a “huddle,” a group seeking to apply lessons learned at the Women’s March in Washington in January. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)