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Cooperstown Beautification Contest

Pioneer Patio, The Henricis, The Havliks Win Top Prizes In ’20 Beautification Contest

Pioneer Patio, The Henricis,

The Havliks Win Top Prizes

In ’20 Beautification Contest

Clark Foundation Continues 60-Year Tradition
Judi and Pete Henrici pause at the arbor in front of 92 1/2 Pioneer St., which won first place for Most Effective Overall Planting in the residential category in this year’s Cooperstown Beautification Contest. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

COOPERSTOWN – Clark Foundation President Jane Forbes Clark today announced the winners of its 2020 Cooperstown Beautification Contest, including three first-place winners:

  • Most Attractive Floral Display in a Business Setting: Pioneer Patio, Richard and Kathryn Busse, 46 Pioneer St. JUDGES’ COMMENTS: An impressive multi-level floral display utilizing a wide variety of plant material.  A lot of work, obviously a labor of love.
  • Most Effective Overall Planting Which Enhances a Residential Property, As Seen From the Street: Peter and Judith Henrici, 92 ½ Pioneer St. JUDGES’ COMMENTS: Not your typical front lawn, an interesting and varied front display, utilizing a wide variety of plant material.
  • Most Appropriate Residential or Business Window Box or Boxes and/or Hanging Basket or Baskets: Richard and Barbara Havlik, 94 Fair St. JUDGES’ COMMENTS: Three full stories of colorful window boxes make extra steps and lots of work to maintain this display. Well done!

Clark Foundation Announces 2019 Beautification Winners

PIONEER STREET WINS 2 OF TOP 3 PRIZES

Clark Foundation Announces

2019 Beautification Winners

Brian Barlow and Chris Law (Chris is posing here with Great Dane Macy) were first-time winners in this year’s Clark Foundation Annual Cooperstown Beautification Contest; the results were announced today. Barlow and Law took first place in Category III, Most Appropriate Residential or Business Window Box or Boxes and/or Hanging Basket. Other first place winners (who have won top honors before) are Ursula and Chuck Hage, 73 Pioneer St., Category II, Most Effective Overall Planting Which Enhances a Residential Propery, As Seen From The Street; and Marc and Sherrie Kingsley, Inn at Cooperstown, 16 Chestnut St., for Most Attractive Floral Display in a Business Setting. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
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