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News of Otsego County

Out of the Darkness

Spirits In The Sky

Out Of The Darkness’ Walk

Remembers Loved Ones Lost 

Above,  James Santic and wife Susan, Sidney Center, and Natalie Raymond and sister Hailey carry the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention  banner at the at the annual “Out Of The Darkness” Walk for suicide prevention at the Moose Lodge in Oneonta this morning, the final day of National Suicide Prevention Week. Family and friends gathered to remember loved ones with photos, speeches and music before walking from West Broadway to River Street and back in support for each other. At right, as the names of the dead are read aloud, a balloon is released by their family in their honor.  Lydia Soule, sister Rebekah, and mother Amy, Harpersfield, front,  and Aaron Vergari and wife Anna, Oneonta, rear, watch as the balloons drift heavenward. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for SATURDAY, SEPT. 16
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for SATURDAY, SEPT. 16

Celebrate The Harvest

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HARVEST FESTIVAL – 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Celebrate the fall harvest with food, music, and activities for all. The Farmers Museum, Cooperstown. www.farmersmuseum.org/Harvest-Festival

LUMBERFEST – 9 a.m.-5 p.m. See timbersports, enjoy activities with Hanford Mills, go on a train ride, do a project, see a demonstration, more. Free, open to public. Co. Rt. 35a, Portlandville. Visit WightmanLumber.com

‘Out Of The Darkness’ Walk Raises Suicide Awareness

‘Out Of The Darkness’ Walk

Raises Suicide Awareness

Aubrianna Robinson, Emily Runblad and Deli Lang, front, and event ornagize Donna Lang and Lyla Banhart embrace during a moment of remembrance at the 5th Out Of The Darkness Community Walk at the Moose Lodge in Oneonta on Saturday morning. Friends and families who had lost someone to suicide gathered to show support and to release the stigma surrounding suicide. The names of those lost were read aloud and balloons and pigeons were released before the walk began. The event is part of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. More info at afsp.org. (Ian Austin/ALLOTSEGO.com)
Aubrianna Robinson, Emily Runblad and Deli Lang, front, and event ornagize Donna Lang and Lyla Banhart embrace during a moment of remembrance at the fifth annual Out Of The Darkness Community Walk at the Moose Lodge in Oneonta on Saturday morning. Friends and families who had lost someone to suicide gathered to show support and to release the stigma surrounding suicide. The names of those lost were read aloud and balloons and pigeons were released before the walk began. The event is part of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. More info at afsp.org. (Ian Austin/ALLOTSEGO.com)
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