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Cooperstown Community Christmas Committee: CCCC Gives Thanks for Assistance
Letter from the Cooperstown Community Christmas Committee

CCCC Gives Thanks for Assistance

The Cooperstown Community Christmas Committee thanks everyone for making this holiday season a success. With your donations and participation, the village was decorated, Santa, Mrs. Claus, Frosty and Rudolf, the Hill City Ice Queens, and a host of Christmas trees and gingerbread men arrived at the cottage with the Otsego School of Dance performing for the crowd. A special shout out to: Coach Lambert and the Cooperstown Central School basketball team, Danny Hargrove, Cody Moore and her equestrian team, the Village Crew, Tin Bin Alley, the Pit, the Cider Mill, Leatherstocking Corp., Tallman Enterprises, Andrea House for cookies and hot chocolate, Lake and Valley Garden Club, Price Chopper, Cooperstown Fire Department, the Chamber of Commerce, and all our new young and energetic members—we couldn’t do it without all of you.

Have a safe and prosperous 2023, Cooperstown!

The Cooperstown Community Christmas Committee

THOMPSON: In Gratitude for Local Coverage
Letter from Leon Thompson

In Gratitude for Local Coverage

To the editorial team at AllOtsego.com…

I’m writing to you today (11/29) to thank you for your recent coverage of Sweethearts & Heroes in Cooperstown.

Everyone on our team is grateful that you used your valuable time and space to let your readers know about our important messages and missions. We appreciate you.

If you ever need someone on our team to comment on a relevant story that you’re pursuing, please don’t hesitate to find us. We have you in our files, too.

Thanks again.

Leon Thompson
for Sweethearts & Heroes

BUNN: Thank You From OLA

Letter from K. Wayne Bunn

Thank You from OLA

On behalf of the Otsego Lake Association (OLA), we wish to say thank you so much for your wonderful coverage, and article with our logo in the August 18 edition of The Freeman’s Journal, of our Annual Membership Meeting held on August 13. It was greatly appreciated and reporter Gilbert Vincent did an excellent job with the details. The area residents and lakeside property owners are now much more informed about Otsego Lake and what OLA does to protect it — truly a local treasure that we all love.

K. Wayne Bunn
Secretary
Otsego Lake Association

PATTERSON: Thanks, power heroes

Letter from Pat Patterson

Thanks, power heroes

On behalf of everyone, I would like to extend a genuine, heartfelt, thank you to all those whose tireless efforts resulted in the restoration of our power.

While the rest of us kept warm, dry, and illuminated as best we could, these hometown heroes were out there day and night, struggling through that deep, wet snow. No doubt there were times when they encountered nearly as much snow hanging over their heads as was under them!

Fires; snowpacked, shattered branches looming overhead; hefty snow-laden branches needing to be moved; downed wires hidden under the snow … I’m sure these are but a few of the exhausting perils these brave folks faced when cleaning up after such an “upstate” spring snowfall!

So from all of us who are so very blessed to have you, may you each be richly blessed in return.

Also a very special thank you to all the workers who came from out of state to lend assistance. Leaving home and families for days is a big sacrifice. I hope they will somehow see this “thank you” or hear about it from someone.

Pat Patterson
Mt. Vision

STAMMEL: Voters, Thanks For Your Help

STAMMEL: Voters, Thanks For Your Help

To the Editor:

Thank you to everyone who supported me and our campaign this fall. These races are long and difficult and without the support of friends, families, and neighbors, they would be impossible. Thank you especially to former Rep. Rich Murphy, whose eagerness to offer me assistance and advice was instrumental.

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