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HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO: Otsego County Parades 05-31-21
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for MONDAY, MAY 31

Otsego County Parades

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MEMORIAL DAY!

ONEONTA PARADE – 10 a.m. Come out to remember our fallen soldier. Followed by solemn ceremony of remembrance guided by Lester Grummons. Parade will leave from Foothills PAC and progress down Main Street Oneonta to Neahwa Park, Oneonta.

RICHFIELD SPRINGS PARADE – 10:30 a.m. Parade will form on Johnson St. and proceed down Main St., Richfield Springs.

COOPERSTOWN PARADE – 11 a.m. Memorial day parade including Cooperstown Fire Department, and Fly Creek Fire Department, others will begin at Cooperstown Veterans Club and proceeds up Main Street to the Otsego County Courthouse where Guest Speakers Mayor Tillapaugh and David Reiss will present. All COVID-19 precautions will be observed. Masks & Social Distancing are required. Main St., Cooperstown.

MEMORIAL DAY GATHERING – 2 – 4 p.m. Community is invited to enjoy refreshments, tours, and a commemoration of our fallen soldiers. Masks & social distancing required. Lakewood Cemetery, Cooperstown. 607-547-9515

Cooperstown & Around: May 27, 2021

Cooperstown & Around

Village to hold Memorial Day parade Monday

The Cooperstown Memorial Day Parade will start at 11 a.m., Monday, May 31.
The parade will begin at the Cooperstown Veterans Club and make its way up Main St. to the Otsego County Courthouse. Masks and social distancing will be required.


VFW dedication at Pierstown Grange

There will be a dedication by the Cooperstown VFW of World War I and World War II memorial plaques at 2 p.m. on Saturday May, 29, outside the Pierstown Grange Hall in the town of Otsego.

Sol Center Named For John Scarzafava

SOL Center Renamed

For Atty. John Scarzafava

Nettie Jean Scarzafava, Oneonta, visits with long-time friend Marie Lusins, right, following this afternoon’s rededication of The Scarzafava SOL Center, 50 Dietz St., Oneonta, in memory of her husband John Scarzafava, the Oneonta attorney who died in June 2014. “I hesitated in naming it after my husband,” said Scarzafava,” but I had a dream, and in it I was on the other side speaking to John, and I woke and knew I had to do it.” The idea for an alternative wellness center came  30 years ago to Mrs. Scarzafava, herself a former county judge, and today the SOL (Sweetness Of Life) Center provides space to practitioners in acupuncture, massage therapy, grief counseling, hypnotherapy and Ayurvedic medicine from India, plus nutritionists, yoga instructors, bathing therapists and dance classes. “People tell me they love what these women are doing,” said Scarzafava, “It is important to have a place like this that supports men and women. If we build stronger women, we build stronger community.” (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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Tears Mark Dedication Of Cautionary Exhibit

Tears Mark Dedication

Of Cautionary Exhibit

Wreckage From Fatal Crash Begins Mission

In 2 Days As 700 Binghamton Teens Convene

Eileen Anania of Cooperstown reflects on her sister Mary Stock's life, and how her death when her car was struck by a drunk driver's led to a memorial trailer that will be used as a teaching tool in high schools across New York State. Almost 100 friends and well-wishers gathered at 1 p.m. today to honor the Stock family – Mary's parents and six brothers and sisters – who diverted their grief toward a positive outcome. The effort was a collaboration of Mrs. Anania and her family, county Sheriff Richard J. Devlin Jr., ONC BOCES (represented today by Assistant Sperintendent Joe Booan), and Medical Coaches of Oneonta (represented by Len Marsh). (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Eileen Anania of Cooperstown reflects on her sister Amy Stock’s life, and how her death when her car was struck by a drunk driver’s led to a memorial trailer that will be used as a teaching tool in high schools across New York State. Almost 100 friends and well-wishers gathered at 1 p.m. today at the Emergency Services garage at The Meadows to honor the Stock family – Amy’s parents and six brothers and sisters – who diverted their grief toward a positive outcome. The effort was a collaboration of Mrs. Anania and her family, county Sheriff Richard J. Devlin Jr., ONC BOCES (represented today by Assistant Superintendent Joe Booan), and Medical Coaches of Oneonta (represented by Len Marsh).  The first appearance of the Amy Stock Memorial will be at Teen Safety Day Thursday at the Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton, where 700 teens are expected. . (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
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