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Museum Staff Members Recognized

COOPERSTOWN—Fenimore Art Museum and The Farmers’ Museum acknowledged the contributions of eight staff members at its annual recognition event held on Friday, December 8. Jane Forbes Clark, chairman of the Board of Directors of The Farmers’ Museum, presented the awards and Dr. Paul S. D’Ambrosio, president and chief executive officer of the two institutions, presided. A 35-year award was presented to Garry Aney. Fifteen-year awards were presented to Harold Gardner and Matt Gregory. Ten-year awards were presented to Marielle Ainsworth, Patti Bliss, Barbara Lokos, Pete Mateunas and Ambrose Santiago. Picture above, from left, are Jane Forbes Clark; Ambrose Santiago, human resources and accounting file coordinator; Garry Aney, interpreter; Harold Gardner, interpreter; Matt Gregory, interpreter; Pete Mateunas, chief of safety and security; and Paul D’Ambrosio. Not in attendance: Marielle Ainsworth, school programs community liaison; Barbara Lokos, visitor service associate; and Patti Bliss, visitor service associate.

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