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Parker Cleveland, 2, (at left) tries out the children’s room at Milford Methodist Church, among a steady flow of visitors to the just-completed building this afternoon during a three-hour open house. With Parker are mom Lindsey and dad Greg Cleveland, Balston Spa, and grandmom Carolyn Meade.  Lindsey grew up in the church that burned on March 12, 2017; her dad, David, served on the Building Committee of the just-completed new church.  Upper right, Rena Lull of Cooperstown brought a contingent from the Cooperstown Methodist Church to view the sister congregation’s new building.  Lower right, Michelle and Rick Eastman of Oneonta’s Eastman Associates, which built the new church, accept the audience’s applause during an assembly to recognize the people who made the new building possible.  (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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