Thursday, February 24, 2011


O’NEIL HONOREE:  Roland Hemond, 81, an executive who helped build winning franchises in Milwaukee, Chicago, Baltimore and Arizona, will receive the “Buck” O’Neil Lifetime Achievement Award, only the second ever, during Induction Weekend, the Hall of Fame announced.

HAGERS TOASTED: The OCCA will host a dinner honoring Lou and Susanna Hager Friday, July 8, at The Otesaga, recognizing the couple’s role as co-chairs of the Otsego Lake Challenge Campaign.  Proceeds go toward lake programs.  For reservations, call 547-4488 or e-mail

STORE CLOSES:  It’s All Good, the popular natural foods store in Cherry Valley, is due to close at the end of the month.

COFFEE SHOP: Nate Ingalls is planning a coffee/sandwich shop on the corner of Seminary Road and Route 28, Hartwick Seminary.  The county planning board is reviewing.

The Freeman’s Journal
Jen Snyder, left, and Katie Franck display their Kistletoes – like mistletoe, except for St. Valentine’s.  The two were partners in the TREP$ entrepreneurial fair at CCS Saturday, Feb. 12, which organizers declared a success again this week.

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