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News of Otsego County

2016 annual Small Business Banquet

Hartwick, Wahl To Wahl Win Top Chamber Prizes

Hartwick, Wahl To Wahl

Win Top Chamber Prizes

Interns From Hartwick, SUNY Recognized
Hartwick College President Margaret Drugovich and the team that put together the Center for Craft Food & Beverage were recognized with the Otsego County Chamber/Excellus Breakthrough Award this evening at the chamber's Small Business Banquet at The Otesaga. With her are, from right, Center Director Aaron McLeod, and Professors Mary Lee and Carli Ficano. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Hartwick College President Margaret Drugovich and the team that put together the Center for Craft Food & Beverage were recognized with the Otsego County Chamber/Excellus Breakthrough Award this evening at the chamber’s annual Small Business Banquet at The Otesaga. With her are, from right, Center Director Aaron McLeod, and Professors Mary Lee and Carli Ficano. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Anthony Wall, proprietor of Wahl to Wahl, the Middlefield-based used-parts dealership with national reach, brought valued staff members and their significant others to the banquet. From left are Joe Armstrong with Erica Van Wormer; Cyle and Heather Hunter, Amy Butler, Merideth Rider and honoree Wahl, Glenn Wheeler and Jeremy Hungerford.
Anthony Wahl, proprietor of Wahl to Wahl, the Middlefield-based used-parts dealership with national reach, brought valued staff members and their significant others to the banquet, where the company received the annual Chamber/Key Bank Small Business Award.  From left are Joe Armstrong with Erica Van Wormer; Cyle and Heather Hunter; Amy Butler, Merideth Rider and honoree Wahl; Glenn Wheeler and Jeremy Hungerford.
This year, the chamber honored participants in their college internship program. From left are Ryan zz , SUNY Oneonta, with Michelle Catan of the Small Business Development Center, where he interned; and Demi Manesis of Hartwick College, with Assistant Fire Chief Jim Maloney of the Oneonta Fire Department, where she interned. Both are senior economics majors.
This year, the chamber honored participants in their college internship program. From left are Ryan Zambrzycki , SUNY Oneonta, with Michelle Catan of the Small Business Development Center, where he interned; and Demi Manesis, Hartwick College, with Assistant Fire Chief Jim Maloney of the Oneonta Fire Department, where she interned. Both are senior economics majors.
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