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Farewell, Julia.  Welcome Steve.

Transition At Destination Oneonta

Rachel Jessup embraces outgoing Destination Oneonta Executive Director Julia Goff after recognizing her for her work with the organization. "It has been a privilege and a honor to work with the board." said Goff. "There is excellent energy in the organization now and it's hard to step away, but I hope to reconnect with (Destination Oneonta) in the Future." Goff will be replaced by Steve Pinder. Bob Brzozowski was also honored for his work, as well as Nancy Scanlon and Sidney Federal Credit Union who received awards for community improvement. (Ian Austin/ AllOTSEGO.com
Destination Oneonta board chair Rachel Jessup embraces outgoing DO Executive Director Julia Goff after recognizing her for her work with the organization during the annual meeting Wednesday evening at Foothills. “It has been a privilege and a honor to work with the board.” said Goff. “There is excellent energy in the organization now and it’s hard to step away, but I hope to reconnect with (Destination Oneonta) in the future.” Goff will be replaced by Steve Pindar, former general manager of the Oneonta Outlaws.  Receiving DO Community Improvement Awards were retiring Common Council member Bob Brzozowski was also honored for his work, as were Nancy Scanlon,  former SportTech owner and a longtime downtown advocate, and Sidney Federal Credit Union. (Ian Austin/ AllOTSEGO.com)

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