A message from the Governor’s office:
Please join us Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 10:00a.m. in the Ballroom at the Otesaga for the presentation on the Governor’s 2015 Opportunity Agenda for New York. Coffee will be served.
Please RSVP to [email protected].
First ’20 Under 40′ Class Named,
Awards Reception Planned Feb. 26
The first class of Otsego County’s “20 Under 40”, designed to recognize younger citizens who are excelling in their fields, was chosen Tuesday, Feb. 10, by an independent panel of six judges.
The honorees are:
► Chad Angellotti, Oneonta, staff social worker, Otsego County Mental Health
► Brent Baysinger, owner, Canoe & Kayak Rentals and Sales, Portlandville.
► Dan Buttermann, Oneonta, casualty supervisor, New York Central Mutual, Edmeston
► Dan Crowell, Fly Creek, Otsego County treasurer
► Jessica Guenther, Oneonta, Internet & marketing specialist, Five Star Subaru
► Stacie Haynes, Cooperstown, CROP program manager, ONC BOCES, Milford
► Danielle Henrici, Cooperstown, NYSHA, director of education
► Dana Leonard, Cooperstown, co-owner, Origins Café
► Kristen Leonard, Cooperstown, co-owner, Origins Café
► Harold “Bud” Lippitt, Cooperstown, teacher and coach, Cooperstown Central School
► Sarah Manchester, Oneonta, financial adviser, Edward Jones,
► Heather Mann, Oneonta, owner, Mann Made Cakes and Soda Jerks
► Andrew Marietta, Cooperstown, New York Council of Nonprofits, Oneonta
► Shannon McHugh, Oneonta, Lil’ Ladybug Day Care, teacher
► Hannah Morgan, Oneonta, sustainability coordinator, SUNY Oneonta
► JonathAn Philby, Oneonta, adaptive phys-ed teacher, Springbrook
► Megan Scrivener, Oneonta, internship coordinator, SUNY Oneonta
► Corinne Smith, Cooperstown, nurse practitioner, Bassett Hospital
► Zoë van der Meulen, vice president/marketing, Unalam, Unadilla
► Chad Welch, finance and Internet manager, Smith Ford, Cooperstown.
The honorees will be recognized at a reception 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, at Springbrook’s new Oneonta campus on Route 7, (the former St. Mary’s School). $12.50 per person. Reservations, call 547-6103.
Mane Street Cutters will be at the “love the life you live” event at SUCO, this Saturday from 12:00pm-5:00pm! There will be a lot of vendors at this event so please come! Its free to get in, they just ask to bring a new personal care item to donate to Family Services Association. Ex, deodorant, razors, soap, shampoo, etc.
At the Mane Street Cutters table, we will have give-aways, drawings and exclusive sales on our products.
There will be seminars from Bassett hospital, Dr. Dohner, fitness by Stacy Mitchell, Couponing, heart health, stress relief for depression and more. There will be mammography and cholesterol screenings and a fashion show put on by JC Penney, Maurices, Rue 21 and TJ Maxx!
Many local businesses are attending and have lots to share! Please swing in and bring your friends!
Also reminder, our Annual Customer Appreciation Sale is coming up March 16th-21st. Everything will be buy one get one 50% off! This is the best sale of the year so mark your calenders! We will also have snacks all week and multiple drawings for product gift packs and free services from most of us stylists!
Thank you and have a great day!
Your friends at,
Mane Street Cutters
297 Main Street
Oneonta, NY 13820
Join us on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 from 11:45am – 1:30pm for a Networking Luncheon as we honor Dr. Theodore D. Peters, from the Department of Business Administration and Accounting of Hartwick College for his organizational behavior program at the college connecting students with businesses. The Networking Luncheon will be at the Otesaga Resort Hotel and we welcome Christian Harris, Department of Labor, who will be providing an overview of the economic forecast for Otsego County. Registration is $25.00 per person. There are sponsorship opportunities still available for: Major Sponsor $300 and Table Sponsor $70. If you are unable to attend but would like to participate and advertise your company you may donate a door prize. Contact Shelly Giangrant, Vice President of Member Services, at [email protected] or (607) 432-4500 ext. 207 for more information or to RSVP.
Laurens Central School
Starting on February 26th, and continuing through the months of March and April, we will be hosting a series of informational forums. The forums will cover a variety of topics, and will be hosted in coordination with several local organizations. Be sure to mark your calendar
according to the dates listed below!
Forum #1 Thursday, February 26, 2015 7:00—8:30pm
Substance Abuse: It’s here, and it is serious. Current Drug Trends and
Identification. How to protect your children, signs of abuse, and where to
Co-Sponsored with the New York State Police
Forum #2 Thursday, March 26, 2015 7:00—8:30pm
Coping: When Bad Things Happen, to Good People….How do you cope?
Where do you find the support and assistance you need?
Co-Sponsored with the Area Youth for Christ (YFC) Organization
Forum #3 Thursday, April 9, 2015 7:00—8:30pm
How do I help my child to be successful? Strategies to deal with:
Bullying, Fostering Healthy Friendships and Relationships, On-line Safety
Co-Sponsored with the Otsego Area Violence Intervention Program
Forum #4 Thursday, April 23, 2015 7:00—8:30pm
The Beauty and the Beast of Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Snap
chat, Reputation Management, etc. Learn how to effectively use these
tools of communication in an appropriate manner, and how to best
protect your children in their use of these devices.
Mrs. Rokhvadze, our School Library Media Specialist will provide a
wealth of information on this topic.
All Forums will be held in the LCS Multi-Purpose Room
Child Care will be provided
Refreshments will be served
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