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Dear Members,

 

 

Friendly Reminder Otsego County Chamber to host Complimentary Legal/HR Issues & the Small Business Tuesday, October 22, 2019 1:00p.m. at Northern Eagle Beverages

 

Legal/HR Issues

& the Small Business  

            Presenter:  Coughlin & Gerhart, LLP

This Seminar will identify important legal issues and discuss best practices that every Small Business Owner or prospective owner should consider to protect themselves, their business and their ideas.  Topics include:

•             Choice of Business Entity

•             Structuring Buy-Sell Agreements

•             Legal Issues in Leasing and Buying Real Property

•             Contract Formation and Review

•             Collections and Bankruptcy Issues

•             Laws That Every Employer Should Know (Something) About

•             Wage and Hour Update

•             Managing the Workforce from Hiring to Firing

 

 

Seminar held at: Northern Eagle Beverages, Inc.

41 Browne Street

Oneonta, NY     13820

Time:  1:00PM to 2:30PM Complimentary program in support of Small Business     
Register with Barbara Ann Heegan  607. 432-4500 [email protected]

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PRESS RELEASE: Hike to Mud Lake on Sunday

(DAVENPORT) – Otsego County Conservation Association's Nature Walk series continues on Sunday, October 27 in Robert V. Riddell State Park in Davenport. Steve Kent leads this 3.5-mile hike to Mud Lake, a sphagnum bog on top of South Hill. The walk traverses a variety of forest types and will make a stop at a spectacular waterfall. Along the way, Steve will share the history of the land that was in the Riddell family for five generations. Steve and his wife, Trish Riddell Kent donated the land to the state in 2005. Participants should bring water, a snack, and wear appropriate clothing and footwear. Portions of the trail are steep and may be muddy, depending on weather. Meet at 1pm at the parking area of the Pine Lake Environmental Campus of Hartwick College, 1894 Charlotte Creek Road, and carpool to the hike’s starting point.

The program is free, though pre-registration is requested. For more information, visit www.occainfo.org, or call OCCA at (607) 547-4488.

Founded in 1968, Otsego County Conservation Association is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the appreciation and sustainable use of Otsego County's natural resources through education, research, resource management, advocacy, planning and practice. For more information, or to donate, visit www.occainfo.org.

Yager Museum to Host Annual “Horror in the Museum”

ONEONTA, NY—The Hartwick College Yager Museum of Art & Culture will host its annual Halloween storytelling event, “The Horror in the Museum,” on Wednesday, October 30, from 6 – 8 p.m.

The event features readings and performances of classic and current tales of spooky fiction, poetry, and song. Performers this year will include students from Hartwick’s literary magazine, Word of Mouth, as well as faculty members, staff and administrators. “The Horror in the Museum” is free and open to the public, and refreshments will be served. The suggested age of attendance, due to the content of the performed material, is 10 and up.

“‘The Horror in the Museum’ continues to be one of the cornerstones of the Yager Museum’s Fall schedule,” said Quentin Lewis, the Museum’s collections and programs manager. “This year we’ve got a wonderful slate of readers with plenty of tales of terror and suspense, and we’re excited that the Museum can continue to be a great space for creativity and performance, not to mention Halloween fun!”

The Yager Museum’s galleries will be also open during the readings. Visitors can explore the Museum’s current exhibits including Earth Water Sky: Landscapes from the Yager Museum; Silent Lakes and Flashing Rivers; Of Time and the River: 12,000 Years in the Upper Susquehanna Region; From Viking to Insight: Henry Cooper and the Quest for Life on Mars; Art/Politics: Power, Propaganda, and Persuasion; Sculptures in Silver: America’s Standing Liberty Quarters, 1916-1931; and Masterpieces of European and American Art: the Hartwick College Art Treasure Room.

The Museum's regular hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. when the College is in session. The Museum is closed Sundays, Mondays, College holidays, and when the College is not in session. Admission is free.

For more information on the Yager Museum and its events, visit the museum’s website, Facebook page, call 607-431-4480, or e-mail Lewis at [email protected].

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