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Who’s Who In Democratic Party

Drawn To Henry Nicols Dinner

Attorney Dennis Laughlin of Cherry Valley is also a photo buff, and sent along a slide show of attendees at the annual Henry Nicols County Democratic Dinner Saturday at Foothills.  Here, The keynote speaker, state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, shares a laugh with former Oneonta Mayor Kim Muller, who is also on the state committee.
Attorney Dennis Laughlin of Cherry Valley is also a photo buff, and sent along a slide show of attendees at the annual Henry Nicols County Democratic Dinner Saturday at Foothills. Here, The keynote speaker, state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, shares a laugh with former Oneonta Mayor Kim Muller, who is also on the state committee.

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