Native Daughters Celebrate Memories Of Cooperstown

Native Daughters Celebrate

Memories Of Cooperstown

In high spirits, 150 of the Native Daughters of Cooperstown gathered today in The Otesaga ballroom for the annual luncheon.  In top photo,  Sue Bennett Fink, third from right, attended with, to her right, sister Barb Dillon and daughters Kelly Banner and Wendy Onyan.  At left are Linda Windsor and Janette Lyons; at right, Judy Smith Motz and Mary Winne.  Lower right, Jackie Bridger Parshall, left, shares a laugh with Barbara Skinnner.  Lower right, Barbara Koniuto, center, the former county GOP chair, chats with Nancy Adams, left, and Carol Hanlon.  Today's speaker was Katie Wick Noakes, CCS Class of '64, who shared such memories as setting pins at the Clark Gym for $20 a game.  Her dad ran the Charles A. Wick garage on upper Main; her mom, Rtuch, was a teacher.  (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
In high spirits, 150 of the Native Daughters of Cooperstown gathered today in The Otesaga ballroom for the annual luncheon. In top photo, Sue Bennett Fink, third from right, attended with, to her right, sister Barb Dillon and daughters Kelly Banner and Wendy Onyan.   to their left are Linda Windsor and Janette Lyons; to their right, Judy Smith Motz and Mary Winne. Lower left, Jackie Bridger Parshall, left, shares a laugh with Barbara Skinnner. Lower right, Barbara Koniuto, center, the former county GOP chair, chats with Nancy Adams, left, and Carol Hanlon. Today’s speaker was Katie Wick Noakes, CCS Class of ’64, who shared such memories as setting pins at the Clark Gym for 20 cents a game. Her dad ran the Charles A. Wick garage on upper Main; her mom, Ruth, was a teacher. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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