Home › AllOTSEGO › CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNUAL MEETING CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNUAL MEETING 03/29/2019 AllOTSEGO Stacey Grady, Springbrook’s director of development, accepts her election last evening as Coopertown Chamber of Commerce board president, succeeding Danielle Henrici, left, former Fenimore Art Museum director of education, who is stepping down after two terms. Danielle holds Vivi, 3-weeks old. Stagecoach Coffee partners (and brothers) Chris and Matt Grady receive plaque marking their induction into the Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce Business Hall of Fame from Chamber Executive Director Matt Hazzard, left, who is being succeeded Monday by Tara Burke, right. Smiling Cooperstown Farmers Market committee member (and county rep) Meg Kennedy is flanked by Otsego 2000 Executive Director Ellen Pope, left, and Farmers’ Market manager Josie Maroney. Hall of Fame President Jeff Idelson holds up the plaque. He is flanked by his vice presidents, from left, Jon Shestakofsky, communications & education; Ken Meifert, sponsorship & development; Erik Strohl, exhibitions & collections; Sean Gahagan, retail marketing & licensing, and Jeff Jones, finance & administration. They are flanked by Hazzard, left, and Burke. Owners past and present accept induction into the Business Hall of Fame together. In the middle are Tim and Connie Haney, flanked by Don and Sharon Oberitter. The Haneys bought the company from the founding Oberriters a decade ago. Cooperstown Fire Chief Jim Tallman thanks Hazzard on accepting the plaque on his department’s behalf. At right is Glenn Falk, the department’s president. In with the new: Tara Burke, left, joins the Cooperstown Chamber Monday as executive director. Her new board president, Stacey Grady, is flanked by new board members Jess Lanza of Kate’s Upstate, left, and Scott Barton of Hickory Grove Inn/Lake n Pines. Attorney Peter Hobaica is also joining the board. Bobby Sharp, who operates a glass studio on Franklin Mountain, shows off his latest product – a 63-inch glass bat that doubles as a beer stein – to Gary and Karen Laing, who own the Oneonta Outlaws. Gary plans to have Sharp’s bats, bearing the Outlaws colors, orange and black, on sale at Damaschke Field this summer.