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OCHA Reelects Mackenzie,

Rathbun For Another Term

1st row -- L to R -- Virginia Schoradt (Director At Large), Deb Mackenzie (Pres), Les Rathbun (VP) Back Row -- L to R --  Sandy Tollerton (Tres) and Harriett Geywits (Secty)
President Deb Mackenzie and Vice President Les Rathbun were elected to another term at the Otsego County Historical Association annual meeting last evening at the Kinney Library in Hartwick.  The slate elected included, front row, from left, Virginia Schoradt, Hartwick, director at large; Mackenzie, Hartwick, and Rathbun, Middlefield.  Back row, from left, are Sandy Tollerton, Richfield Springs, treasurer, and Harriett Geywits, Richfield Springs, secretary.  Jim Mayne, Edmeston, and Robin Phillips, Hartwick, were also elected directors at large.  (Jim Kevlin/


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