• 1

Register today to play in our 2nd Annual Pickleball tourney- This game is growing like wildfire and Oneonta has some of the best outdoor courts in the region!  Come play this fun new sport.  Don’t know how to play?  Call the Oneonta YMCA and ask them to help!  There is a group that meets at the YMCA regularly to play, and group that plays in the park on Tuesday’s and Friday mornings.   Stop down and ask them, they are very happy to teach you!

Register today by printing off the flyer and mailing it in, click here

https://members.otsegocc.com/events/details/2nd-annual-pickleball-tournament-men-women-mixed-open-917

or give us a call 607-432-4500 ext 2.  We will sign you up!.

Share this content with your networks:

Join the Otsego County Chamber of Commerce, ONC BOCES, and CDO Workforce at an In Person Job Fair!

Being held at the ONC BOCES Campus, 1914 County Rte. 35,  in Milford NY.  It is free and open to all who are searching for their next great job!

Plenty of parking at the site, but must sign in at the door so plan a few extra minutes to get a badge to come inside. ( bring your ID)

Need a Ride?   Free Ride to Job Fair! CDO Workforce is offering a free ride to the Job Fair from their Center at 12 Dietz Street in Oneonta. To make reservations for a ride please stop by the CDO Workforce Center between 9am and 4pm, Monday – Friday.

The list of exhibitors keeps growing each day-  check the front page upcoming calendar- there is a running list of exhibitors- over 30 – come see if one of them has the perfect job for you!

Join US!

Share this content with your networks:

On Thursday March 17th, 9:00AM via ZOOM Rebecca Mathews, Program Director of Catholic Charities will step you through what you need to do to apply for this grant money. There are millions of dollars being set aside for child care desert regions (which we are in) and Catholic Charities is the organization helping to administer the process for the county.

Do you  have workers who need child care?  Do you struggle to hire new workers because they have no child care options?  This grant might be the way to get a facility at your workplace, or for you to identify workers who have a partner who wants to set up a child care center and you can help direct them to this funding.  Help your workforce be able to access child care!

This is a two-step process so you want to be sure to find out how to register and apply.  The registration, application and all information about deadlines, etc.  will be discussed in this webinar, and anyone can join in. 

 

This is a zoom webinar- free but you must register- click on the upcoming events calendar and register today!

 

 

Share this content with your networks:

On Monday, March 21 at 9:00am -Spring into learning about Labor Law Updates with Dawn Lanouette and the team at Hinman, Howard, and Kattell, LLP.

 

What is new for 2022?

New Notice requirements for employee monitoring, significant changes to New York’s whistleblower law, changes to paid family leave, and new retirement rules are just a few of the updates we will cover.  HH&K will explain these changes and answer questions that you may have, so join us for this very important seminar.  

 

Pre- registration is required.  Click on the upcoming event and register- a Zoom link will be sent to you. 

 

Cost:      $20 for members

$35.00 for non-members – why not Join Us Today?

 

 

 

Share this content with your networks:

On February 9, the Otsego County Chamber of Commerce hosted a special webinar with Leadership Otsego participants to highlight non-profit organizations in the County. Each organization was given two minutes to share information.

Here is the chat with many of the participants info:

Michelle Colson, Bassett Healthcare, 607-437-3019,email: [email protected], website: bassett.org/patients-visitors/community-health
Todd Hansen:	Todd Hansen, Executive Director, The Arc Otsego, 607-432-8596,    WWW.Arcotsego.org
Debra Marcus:	Debra Marcus, CEO, Family Planning of South Central New York www.fpscny.org 607 432 2252 x316
Kristin Kulow:	Kristin Kulow, Super Heroes IRJ Humane Society, 607-441-3227, [email protected], www.superheroesirj.org
Elizabeth Monaco:	Elizabeth Monaco, Executive Director, United Way of Delaware and Otsego Counties, 607-244-3716, [email protected]
Bob Brzozowski:	Bob Brzozowski
Jim Maloney:	Community Arts Network of Oneonta
Craig Muder:	Director of Communications, Baseball Hall of Fame, 607-547-7200, [email protected]
Greg Klein:	Greg Klein  Board President/acting executive director/film commissioner  Film COOP  The Cooperstown, Oneonta, Otsego County Film Partnership, Inc.315-527-3082   www.film-coop.com   [email protected]
Jim Maloney:	[email protected]
Katrina Van Zandt:	Destination Oneonta
Rebecca Matthews Houck:	Rebecca Matthews-Program Director at Catholic Charities of Delaware, Otsego, and Schoharie Counties
Dan Maskin:	Dan Maskin  Opportunities for Otsego, Inc.  [email protected]  (607) 433-8000   www.ofoinc.org
Rebecca Matthews Houck:	http://www.charitiesccdos.org/
Frank Russo:	[email protected]  YMCA
Rebecca Matthews Houck:	[email protected] 607-432-0061
Bob Brzozowski:	Bob Brzozowski, Friends of the Oneonta Theatre, (607) 287-8483, [email protected], www.OneontaTheatre.org
Lisa Samols:	Lisa Samols, League of Women Voters of the Oneonta Area, [email protected]; www.lwvoneonta.org
Shari Stallone:	good afternoon I am Shari Stallone RSS [email protected]
Jim Maloney:	Jim Maloney  Community Arts Network of Oneonta
Alan Sessions:	Alan Sessions, Placement Coordinator  Project Excite ((IT/Cybersecurity Grant)  CDO Workforce, 12 Dietz St., Oneonta, NY 13820
Phone:  607-432-4800 x 109
Register online for the Project Excite Grant:  www.joinprojectexcite.com  
Project Excite is collaborating with SUNY Delhi to offer 13 IT and Cybersecurity certifications that are fully funded by Project Excite.  If interested please check out this link:  https://delhi.edu/ceps/project-excite/
Kathy DeAngelo:	Kathy DeAngelo, Disability Resource Coordinator                  CDO Workforce, 12 Dietz St., Oneonta, NY 13820              607-432-4800 ext. 113
Kelly McGraw:	Kelly McGraw
Rebecca Hess:	Cancer Services Program-free cancer screenings, education and information on the importance of cancer screenings (breast, cervical and colorectal). 1-888-345-0225, www.bassett.org/csp, Facebook: CSPCentralRegion, [email protected]
Kelly McGraw:	Kelly McGraw, Chief Operating Officer, Helios Care    607-432-5525.   [email protected]
Shari Stallone:	Shari Stallone Rehabiltation Support Services RSS
Shari Stallone:	cont can be reached at 433-0002
Jim Maloney:	Jim Maloney   Community Arts Network of Oneonta
www.Canoneonta.org   [email protected]
Greg Klein:	Film COOP Jeff Katz at [email protected] or Judith Pachter at [email protected]
Katrina Van Zandt:	Hey all! I have to head to my next meeting. Destination Oneonta plans and implements the majority of the events in Oneonta, NY. We also market and promote our local small businesses! We host over 12 events annually and we are always looking for volunteers! We are also have 2 open board member position and we can always use events committee members! 
We are currently hiring for a part-time social media specialist! Come work with us! It's a flexible, fun job; and the details can be found on our FB page! 
 Hope to talk to you all soon!
Katrina Van Zandt, Director of Destination Oneonta 
[email protected]
Jess Schatzel:	I have to jump off for another call, but wanted to wish this year's Leadership Otsego class an amazing class, you'll be so happy you signed on for this experience! Best wishes for a season of growth, collaboration, and some fun along the way! 
Cassandra Miller Catskill Symphony Orchestra:	www.catskillsymphony.org
Cassandra Miller Catskill Symphony Orchestra:	Cassandra Miller, [email protected]
Sparky Spaulding:	Sparky Spaulding from Rail Explorers Cooperstown

Share this content with your networks:

Get On Board!

On Wednesday, February 9th at 12:00 noon join the Chamber as we host our annual Get on Board event!

 

This fast, fun, and free webinar provides non-profits from throughout the county on a zoom meeting giving a 2 minute elevator speech of who, what, where, when, and why they are here! New to the area? Find out what organizations are out there! Empty Nester and want to lend a hand?

They will discuss what they need- Board members? Volunteers? Furniture? Cookies? Whatever it is, they will let you know and you can decide what your next passion is!

This is timed to be on your lunch hour- so grab a sandwich and join us to learn more about the County you live and work in.

You must pre-register on our website and the zoom link will be sent:

www.otsegocc.com – upcoming events

 

 

 

Share this content with your networks:

State of the State meeting from Tuesday, January 11th – video now available for those who missed this important webinar

Thank you to all our representatives who spoke at the State of the State. We appreciate your participation in this important annual meeting to learn about the projects and initiatives for the new year.

Topic: 2022 State of the State- Virtual Meeting with  Keynote: Antonio Delgado

Start Time: Jan 11, 2022 08:57 AM

Zoom Recording with Chat:

https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/ZMgv9CBR_jqUqRyjWQq2Ywvcz6hBNV2q2WikvVpoPVftvZI4-eGoDK4uzg6BNVoH.nv_mcBxeVaJJbodO

Share this content with your networks:

A picture containing text, ceiling, person, indoor  Description automatically generated

We are so pleased to have these outstanding people and organizations to honor this year.  They all contribute to the quality of life here in Otsego County in so many ways!  In the Spring we will invite you to Join Us in person to Celebrate their Awards!! 

We want to thank the Sponsors of these awards: NBT Bank, Key Bank, Excellus BCBS, and Bassett Healthcare Network.     Congratulations to all!

Share this content with your networks:

The Otsego County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the 2021  Award Winners:

The Distinguished Business of the Year-  Hartwick College.  This award is sponsored by NBT Bank.

The Small Business of the Year Award-  The Village Printer.  This award is sponsored by Key Bank.

The Breakthrough Award – OE Connect, Otsego Electric Cooperative.  This award is sponsored by Excellus

the Eugene A. Bettiol, Jr. Citizen of the Year Award  was presented to Ben Guenther, owner of Five Star Subaru. This award is sponsored by Bassett Healthcare Network.

 

Congratulations to all! 

Share this content with your networks:

The recording of this event will be available again soon- having technical difficulties, but expect them to be resolved.

here is Dr. Rakow’s information so you can connect directly with him:

Aaron Rakow, PhD

Executive Director

Pronouns: he/him

607-260-3100; 518-510-3100
[email protected]
www.mindwellcenter.com

Share this content with your networks:

This is a busy time of year and many of you missed this very informative webinar on Green Energy Savings for your business and home through NYSERDA programs and grants.  We feel this content is very important for our members so please look at the PowerPoint attached and reach out to the MVEDD folks if you have questions- they are here to help!

The PowerPoint link:  Just click on the link below and then within the Presentation are live links to apply directly to the various programs.  Questions?  Contact info at the end.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/14qWiN52FDKy_yFmljNtpvHM5b-uI-VUekoYqY27sj5c/edit?usp=sharing

 

Share this content with your networks:

 

 

 

We are accepting  nominations for the best of the best businesses and leaders in our region to be honored by the Chamber.  Please download the 2 forms that include 4 awards:

 

Breakthrough Award

Small Business Award

Distinguished Business award

Eugene A. Bettiol, Jr Distinguished Citizen Award

 

Note the closing dates for the Nominations and send them in prior to the closing dates.  The Board Membership Committee will be determining the 4 winners and we will be notifying the winners shortly thereafter.   

We will keep you posted on the celebration for these Award winners on our website and Facebook pages so be sure to stay connected with us!

 

Sincerely,

 

Kathryn Dailey

Director of Special Events

Otsego County Chamber of Commerce

31 Main Street, Suite 2B

PO Box 18

Oneonta, New York  13820

(607) 432-4500 ext 2

 

Share this content with your networks:

This is an interest meeting to see if people want us to start up this program again.  All Young Professionals are invited to join us-the purpose of a YPN is to network with other young professionals, to learn from various programing on professional development, career growth, and other topics you want to see.  Come to this meeting and let us know what you want the YPN to be. Click on the link top register

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSffPHHiyE1TutceQnYuaFRYFVJ5DuXO8JiwpvqajjMg1152yg/viewform

Wednesday, October 27th.  6:00pm

Location:

B-Side Ballroom and Supper Club, Lower level of Clinton Plaza, Oneonta, NY.

This venue will not be open that evening- it is only open for our group so you must be registered.

Please have your vaccination card/app with you.

 Cash bar.

See you then!

Share this content with your networks:

The Small Business Recovery Grant still has funds available- The Otsego Chamber will continue to provide free webinars on navigating the NYS Pandemic Small Business Recovery Grant program and the application.  You do not need to pre-register- Just join in.  The first zoom link will work for each of the Monday events, and the second zoom link will work for any of the  Thursday events.  Spend an hour and find out if you are eligible!  $5000 to $50,000 grants available.

 

Mondays through November 22- NEW TIME: 9:30- 11:00am, via zoom – live webinar

Time: 09:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

  • Every week on Monday, until Nov 22, 2021, 6 occurrence(s)
  • Oct 18, 2021 09:30 AM
  • Oct 25, 2021 09:30 AM
  • Nov 1, 2021 09:30 AM
  • Nov 8, 2021 09:30 AM
  • Nov 15, 2021 09:30 AM
  • Nov 22, 2021 09:30 AM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82612448334…

Meeting ID: 826 1244 8334

Passcode: 313503

One tap mobile

+19292056099,,82612448334#,,,,*313503# US (New York)

+13017158592,,82612448334#,,,,*313503# US (Washington DC)

Dial by your location

+1 929 205 6099 US (New York)

+1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)

+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)

+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)

+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)

Meeting ID: 826 1244 8334

Passcode: 313503

Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/k8gwmwc0f

 

OR Chose to attend the CANYS webinar on Thursdays  at 9:30am-11:00am via zoom.

  • Oct 14, 2021 09:30 AM
  • Oct 21, 2021 09:30 AM
  • Oct 28, 2021 09:30 AM
  • Nov 4, 2021 09:30 AM
  • Nov 11, 2021 09:30 AM
  • Nov 18, 2021 09:30 AM

link:

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83469915817…

Meeting ID: 834 6991 5817

Passcode: 293103

One tap mobile

+16465588656,,83469915817#,,,,*293103# US (New York)

+13126266799,,83469915817#,,,,*293103# US (Chicago)

Dial by your location

+1 646 558 8656 US (New York)

+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

+1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)

+1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)

+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)

+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)

Meeting ID: 834 6991 5817

Passcode: 293103

Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kv3otED9w

 

Any Questions?  Contact Kathryn Dailey at the Chamber offices 607-432-4500 ext 2 or [email protected]

 

Share this content with your networks:

The Search Committee for the Chamber has just released the Job description for the CEO position.  If you are interested, please send your resume and cover letter to [email protected].  All candidates information must be sent by November 10th.

The Heart of Central New York

Otsego County and the surrounding Upstate New York Communities combine the fresh air and wide open spaces of rural communities with modern conveniences like world-class healthcare, the arts and culture, picturesque parks, fine dining, health and wellness centers, hiking, boating, fishing and much more.

Nestled in between the Catskills and the Adirondacks, the region also boasts some of the most competitive K-12 schools in New York State that excel in academic, athletic and extra-curricular performance. The region is also home to several post-secondary educational institutions and is within a two-hour drive of more than 20 highly regarded colleges and universities.

Located within day-trip distances of major metropolitan centers like Montreal, Boston and New York City, Otsego County has it all for you and your family.

The Otsego Chamber of Commerce seeks an experienced leader who can lead change, grow membership, build revenues, and manage programs to advance the Chamber mission. This individual is responsible for providing highly visible leadership in all issues related to the business community, our economy and community vitality. The CEO must will able to travel regularly for meetings and events. The CEO is responsible for representing the interests of members and in supporting our economic development and quality of life. The vision of the Chamber is to be a proactive business organization in the spirit of collaboration and cooperation, providing value and advocacy to our members with an influential voice dedicated to economic success and quality of life in Otsego County.

The mission of the Chamber is to continually improve the overall business climate in the region; to strive for an atmosphere which attracts investment; to build a positive, forward-thinking business community; and to partner with government, groups, individuals and institutions.

The Otsego County Chamber of Commerce is governed by Board of Directors that meets monthly. It also has an Executive Committee.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Reporting to the Board of Directors and its Executive Committee, the CEO advances the Chamber vision, leads the mission, builds revenues, and grows membership. The CEO should be a dynamic person who is energetic and passionate about growing and supporting the membership in building a prosperous and resilient community. As the chief executive officer of the Chamber, responsibilities include, but not limited to: growing and sustaining membership; managing and directing all operations, programs, activities, and affairs of the organization; and, the Chamber’s Strategic Plan. The CEO supports the Chamber’s Board of Directors and serves as the “face of the Chamber,” acting as a community leader and ambassador of business advocacy. The CEO also collaborates closely with other business organizations with the goal of improving the business climate across the County and region with a focus on economic development. Chamber Areas of Focus

  • Vision, mission and core values as outlined in the Chamber’s Strategic Plan.
  • Membership recruiting, sustainment and support.
  • Economic development
  • Programs and project management that include a system of measuring progress and goal attainment as well as reporting system back to Board of Directors.
  • Identify Chamber Business Community needs.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities Under the broad supervision of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors, the CEO will be responsible for the following:

  • Advancing the vision, mission and core values of the Chamber.
  • Planning and conducting membership recruiting, sustainment and support.
  • Oversee and/or participate in researching, writing, and administering grants that support Chamber goals.
  • Implementing systems that support Chamber members.
  • Implementing and refreshing the Chamber’s Strategic Plan.
  • Meeting or exceeding budgeted financial metrics.
  • Facilitating cooperation between the Chamber on behalf of its members, the Otsego County Business Community and the region as a whole.
  • Ensuring administrative and financial policies and controls, which assure sound fiscal and operational management of Chamber affairs, including the Chamber budget.
  • Measuring progress of program and goal attainment as well as developing reporting system back to Board of Directors that is directly tied to part of CEO performance evaluations.
  • Facilitating the appointment of all Board committee chairs, as well as members of the Board of Directors.
  • Developing agendas for all Executive Committee, Board and other committee meetings with advice and counsel of the Board Chair.
  • Serving as the chief spokesperson on policy matters for the Chamber.
  • Recruiting, training, supervising, and developing Chamber staff members.
  • Promoting growth, retention, and expansion of existing member businesses.
  • Embracing technology and emerging trends to help the Chamber meet its strategic goals.

Required Background & Experience | Desirable Qualities & Characteristics Suitable candidates for the position of CEO will have a proven track record in executive leadership, strategic planning and implementation, Board management, membership development, economic development, budget and operational management, legislative and community advocacy, relationship building, and staff management. In addition, all candidates will be expected to have the following:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Seven to ten years of progressively responsible leadership experience, preferably with a membership organization, chamber of commerce or business advocacy organization; comparable experience in private business sector is acceptable.
  • Demonstrated success in a membership association the size of the Chamber with proven ability to develop new membership levels.
  • Strong organizational and strategic skills; ability to plan strategically and think tactically.
  • Prior experiences in strategic planning in cooperation with a governing Board a plus.
  • Successful track record for engaging, partnering and building alliances with a wide range of constituencies and influencers; strong relationship-building skills.
  • Prior experience with successful grant applications including research, writing, and administration.
  • High degree of skills and experience in effective financial management and media relations, including social media.
  • A successful track record as a proactive advocate for an organization; working knowledge of legislative and political processes and environments.
  • Ability to represent the Chamber’s vision, mission, goals, and outcomes to Board members, government agencies, and industry leaders.
  • Experience aligning diverse interest groups on issues and opportunities that will benefit the overall business community.
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills and confidence as a public speaker.
  • Proven experience recruiting, developing, motivating and retaining a strong, diverse staff in a team-oriented environment; an effective delegator.
  • Proven track record of budgetary and fiscal management for an organization the size of the Chamber, including budget development and financial statement interpretation.

Share this content with your networks:

The Chamber is pleased to announce the Smart Business Seminar Series is back!

NEW:  Due to the upsurge in COVID cases in the County we will be only providing these via ZOOM until further notice.

We hope you will join us for these informative presentations.

Upcoming Events:  All begin at 8:30am- 10:00am

Wednesday, October 6th– Legal Update with HH&K Dawn Lanouette.  An update on all Legal Labor Law changes including Mask Mandates, and the changes to the Heroes Act, Marijuana Laws and Employment regulations.  $10 members, $35. Non-members.-

If you missed this webinar and you would like the video- you can continue to register, we will invoice you and the video will be sent to you.

Thursday, October 14th– SBA Update, with SBA director Michelle Catan. free

Thursday, October 21Three Steps to Paying Down Student Loans for Non-Profit Employees, Presented by Northwestern Mutual Financial Advisor Michael Schram. free

Wednesday, October 27thClean Energy Savings through NYSERDA  presented by MVEDD- free.

Wednesday, November 3rd – Student Interns for our business- presented by SUNY Oneonta.   What you need to know to get stated on hiring an intern or two!

FOR ALL of these:  Must pre-register on our website- see upcoming events and click on the seminar you are interested in.  The sessions are free and the ZOOM link will be sent after you have registered.  Look forward to seeing you!

Share this content with your networks:

Governor Hochul recently announced changes to the NYS COVID-19 Pandemic Small Business Recovery Grant Program that will allow more small businesses to apply for funding. Now a business that had gross receipts of up to $2,500,000 in 2019 or 2020 is eligible to apply. Also, the limit on the Paycheck Protection Program has increased; if a business received $250,000 or less in PPP loans they are also now eligible to apply. Please see Governor Hochul’s press release here:  https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/governor-hochul-announces-expanded-eligibility-800-million-covid-19-pandemic-small-business

Applications filed in the first phase that are pending and/or haven’t submitted all their documents must complete their applications by September 10, 2021!

Also new applications submitted on and after August 25th will begin to be processed on September 8.

One last very important point: businesses must have a bank account to receive funding!

Applicants can find assistance to complete the application here:  https://nysmallbusinessrecovery.com/partners/county/

 

Share this content with your networks:

The Chamber of Commerce is very pleased to announce the winners of the 35th Annual Golf Classic held on Friday, August 28th at the Oneonta Country Club. 

Team Oneonta Realty won with a score of 56!  Congrats to Cricket Keto, Jeremy Saunders, Brian Cetnar and Mark Smithling. 

2nd places was Team Autumn Café- Wayne Carrington, Bill Senif, Pattie Canner and Todd Carrington

and third place was taken by Team A&D Transport Services:  Al Rubin, Chad Smith, Heath Utter and Adrian Van Essendelft.  2 points separated 4th and 5th place teams from A& D Transport:   4th went to Team Bank of CooperstownKyle Liner, Paul Catan, Matt Curtis, and Russ Southard, and 5th went to Team Brooks Barbeque headed up by John Brooks, Ed Zawisza, Jeremy Meyers and Mike O’Donnell.

 

Other winners:  Closest to the Pin for the Men– Jamie Reynolds with 25″ off the tee on #10 and for the Women, Patti Canner at 3′ 3″.  The Longest Drive was won by Kyle Liner for the Men and Whitney Talbot for the women. 

Congratulations to all!

 

We also want to thank all the sponsors who make the tournament a success. We have Corporate sponsorships this year that include:  NBT Bank, Community Bank, NBT Insurance, Key Bank, NYCM , Bassett Healthcare Network, and Brooks House of BBQ. We also had Hole In One contests sponsor again this year– Scoville-Meno Honda through the Upstate Honda Dealers assoc. had multiple prizes for various par 3 holes, including a Honda HRV  on hole #2.  Several people came verrrry close!  Thank you for adding this excitement to the event!

 

And We Thank the Tee Sponsors and Raffle Prize donors who add so much to making the Tournament a success:

A& D Transport Services – Autumn Café –  Bank of Cooperstown -Benson Agency Real Estate-Better Dreams Productions- Bettiol Chiropractic & Alternative Therapies, LLP- Brewery Ommegang-Combined Insurance-Community Foundation of Otsego County-Cooperstown Distillery-Corning Incorporated-Coughlin and Gerhart, LLP-Courtyard by Marriott-Dan Buttermann-Delaware Engineering DPC-Delta Engineers, Architects, Land Surveyors, & Landscape Architects, DPC -Destination Marketing/ This is Cooperstown-Directive-Dollars for Scholars-Eastman Associates-Five Star Subaru-Hampshire House Assisted Living-Helios Care-Hinman, Howard, and Kattell, LLP-Holiday Inn Express Oneonta-Holiday Inn Express and Suites Cooperstown-Hughson and Benson Associates-Keller Williams Upstate NY Properties-Leatherstocking Credit Union-Lutz Feed-Mark Drnek for Mayor-Meyers Cabinetry-Miller Financial Services-Mirabito Energy Products-Mostert, Manzanero & Scott, LLP-Munson’s Building Supplies, Inc-National Baseball Hall of Fame-Oneonta Country Club-Oneonta Outlaws-Otesaga  Hotel-Otsego Connect-Otsego Rural Housing Assistance Inc-Piaker & Lyons-Preferred Mutual-Prolifiq-Red Jug Pub-Rehabilitation Services-Richard W. Wakeman, Inc.- Scoville Meno-SUNY Oneonta-Sweet Home Productions-TedXOneonta-The Daily Star-Theresa’s Emporium-Toonie Moonie-YMCA

 

THANK YOU!  We Hope to see you all again Next Year!

 

 

 

 

Share this content with your networks:

Mark Your Calendars and register today for the 35th Annual Golf Classic fundraiser for the Otsego County Chamber of Commerce. 

 

This year we have rolled back the price for a foursome ($700) and twosome ($350)  AND have all the same great prizes: win one of the raffle prizes including a kayak! Win the longest drive, closest to the hole, and putting contests, win your division, or better yet get a Hole-in-One and win a car

 

All this and great opportunities to network with community and business leaders and enjoy getting some exercise at the beautiful Oneonta Country Club.

 

This fundraiser helps support the Chamber’s many activities as well as supports the Oneonta Country Club and our member restaurants.  The Chamber has decided not to do a banquet (Covid continues to be an issue with inside gatherings)  but to purchase gift certificates from our many member restaurants and give one to each golfer!   So you can take your crew or family out to dine and support the restaurateurs as well!

 

Registration is open and the tournament is filling up so sign up today! Download the form and send it in or click on upcoming events and register through our website.  We will invoice you. 

 

A special thank you to the Chambers Sponsors who make this and all our programming possible:

The Community Bank

Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield

Key Bank

Bassett Healthcare Network

NBT Bank

NYCM

NBT Insurance

Brooks Barbecue

And

Scoville- Meno / Honda Upstate Dealers for the Hole in One prize- 2 year lease on an HRV!

 

Not a golfer but want to be seen?  A tee sign is just $100 and every golfer will see it- as well as your name goes on the sponsor banner- a great deal for $100.

Contact:  [email protected]  with any questions or items for the raffle, prizes, swag bag gifts, anything!

Share this content with your networks: