Home › AllOTSEGO › TREPS SLIDE SHOW TREPS SLIDE SHOW 02/28/2016 AllOTSEGO TREPS SLIDE SHOW Cooperstown sixth graders, from right, Hannah Rathbone, Jenna Fox and Chloe Ward, vend jewelry from their Friendship Bracelets booth. Maya Stevens, left, pitches Tara DiLorenzo on offerings in her Maya’s Bowtique, everything made of bows. Ken Wahrenberg of West Winfield took the girls shopping today. He holds granddaughter Norah Lund, 1, while shepherding, from left, Norah’s sisters Lauren, 5, and Summer, 6, and Ken’s daughter Lily, 7. Herself an entrepreneur, Cynthia Andela of Andela Products, the glass-recycling and equipment-manufacturer in Richfield Springs, tests RSCS’ Jason Morning’s International Drinks. Among attendees were Barbara Ann Heegan, Otsego County Chamber of Commerce president. “Looking for new members,” she kidded. Picking up on the Cooperstown TREPS effort, the chamber has launched similar programs in Milford and Laurens, Heegan said. Soaps & Soaks is a brother-sister partnership of Lincoln and Tess DiLorenzo. Seventh-graders Colette Leinhart, left, and Abby Miller check out the TREPS offerings. The cutest future shopper in the place had to be Cora Stringer, 8 months, of Cooperstown, attending with dad Bryan. Best sombreo in the place was worn by sixth grader Abe Lippitt, proprietor of Honored Abe’s Righteous Rubs.