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Catskill Choral Society Auditions - Featured in Hometown Oneonta vol. 2, no. 20, page 2.

Lynne Bolstad, of Oneonta, auditions for the Catskill Choral Society on Thursday, Jan 21st, at the Unitarian Universalist Society. Seated (left to right) are Tim Newton, Laura Hamwey, and June Sheehan. Tim Horne is at the piano.
Mardi Gras Ball 1 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta vol.2, no.23, cover.
Reprinted in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3, No. 14, page B-4.
The Orpheus Theatre board members dressed up for their annual Mardi Gras Gala on Friday Feb. 12 at St. Mary's Parish Center. They are, from left, Kathy Tobiassen, Kathleen Mami-Moore, Deb Ost, Michelle Gardner, John Chamard, Maria Kelso, Bill Goertoemoeller, Doug Decker, and Julia Baxter-McGregor.
Mardi Gras Ball: King and Queen - Featured in Hometown Oneonta vol.2, no.23, cover.
Tom Pondolfino was named Mardi Gras King and Deb Ost Queen.
Mardi Gras Ball: Dancers - Featured in Hometown Oneonta vol.2, no.23, cover.
Dancing to 'The Time Warp" are, from left to right, Logan HAzard, Clark Oliver, Kouadio Davis, Bryn and Drue Quackenbush, Karen Oliver, Janet Quackenbush, and Seth Kelso.
Good Ol' Summertime in the Winter 1 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 24, Cover.
Renee Prins directs the Oneonta Community Band in its 'Good Ol' Summertime' concert Sunday, Sept 21 at Foxcare.
note: date above is a typo in the paper.
Good Ol' Summer Time in the Winter 2 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 24, page A-12.
The low brass section of the Oneonta Community Concert Band plays 'Southern Roses Waltz' during its Sunday, Feb 21st 'Good Ol' Summertime in the Winter' concert at the FoxCare Center. They are, Chris Luttinger, Becky Sabin, Reed Baker, Fred Onash and Chuck Ricker.
Good Ol' Summertime in the Winter 3 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 24, page A-12.
Guest conductor Thomas Slavinsky leads the OCCB in 'Shenandoah' by Frank Ticheli.
Good 'Ol Summer Time in the Winter 4 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 24, page A-12.
Gary Bush, Peter Daum and Gary Schaeffer perform Cuyler Hershey Leonards' 'Triolet for Trumpet Trio.'
Elena's Plays Host to Local Artists - Image featured in Hometown Oneonta
Bobby Sharp cleaning Bresee's - Featured in Hometown Oneonta vol 2. No.27. page A-5.
Bobby Sharp, proprietor of B. Sharp Gallery on Franklin Mountain, began cleaning up Bresee's first-story facade and the sidewalk in preparation for an art exhibit - "The Showcase Window" -that he plans to stage in the picture windows, beginning in April.
Remembering Gallodoro - Featured in Hometown Oneonta vol.2, no.28, cover.

Greg Langdon on Saxaphone and Tom Wetmore, both of Oneonta, play 'Moonglow' in tribute to the late Al Gallodoro during a concert in his memory on Friday, March 19, in Hartwick College's Anderson Center.
ARC Spring Fling Dance a Hit 1 - Amy Anderson and Thad Brown dance to 'Cotton Eyed Joe" at the ARC Otsego's Annual Spring Fling Dance on Friday, April 16th at the Asa Allison Memorial Building on Academy St.
ARC Spring Fling Dance a Hit 2 - Walter Coil and Cassandra Tripp dance to 'YMCA'
SUNY Oneonta Plants First of Many Trees - On Tuesday, April 20th, SUNY Oneonta President Nancy Kleniewski, right, planted the first of 120 trees that will be planted by students, and staff as a symbol of the college's commitment to sustainability and Earth Day. With Kleniewski is, from left, Evan Englander, Cat Meyers, Proff. Tracy Allen, and Katie Whitcome
OTC Children's Dance Competition - featured in Hometown Oneonta, Vol 2, #36. as well as the Hometown Oneonta Website.

"Dominick Cody shows off his break-dancing moves during the Third Annual Oneonta Teen Center Block Party Saturday, May 15th at the Armory. Gabriella Alicia and Joey Stevens join in."
'Our Town' opens at Foothills - featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, #33, page 2.

" Emily Webb, as played by Paige Harris, confides in her mother Myrtle, played by Rita Casassa, during a rehearsal of the Foothills Perfroming Arts and Civic Center's production of Thornton Wilder's 'Our Town'. The Play is part of this years Big Read, and will open with a perfomance at 7pm on Friday, April 30th."
African Sanctus 1
African Sanctus 2
Jaci Poss sings - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2, No. 38, page A-8
Also featured on WSRKFM.com
Winner of Oneonta Jr. Idol Victoria Konze - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2, No. 38, page A-8.
Victoria Konze of Oneonta, sings 'Leave the Pieces' in the second round, bringing her into first place in the 17 and Older category in the Oneonta Idol finals Friday, May 28th at The Elks Club. The Contest is organized by CNY Radio Group. Jeffery and Jeff Wood of Northstar Productions Karaoke and DJ Services donated their services.
Winners Circle for 13-16 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2, No. 38, page A-8.

Also featured on WSRKFM.com

Winners Circle for 13-16: Fisrt, Stephen Banks of Franklin, left; second, Eli Madison of Edmeston, and third, Christina Donato of Stamford.
Winners Circle for 17 and Older - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2, No. 38, page A-8.

Winners Circle for 17 and Older: Third, Renee Townsend of Oneonta, left; second, Shannon Stark of Norwich, center; and first, Victoria Konze of Oneonta.
Alpaca Shearing Fest - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2, No. 38, Cover.

Randy Palmatier watches as shearers Darren Kennedy and Charlotte Walker, both from New Zealand, shear an Alpaca at the HaSu Alpaca Ranch in East Merideth, Saturday, May 29th, during the annual ritual.
Memorial Day: OCS Patriotic Angels - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2, No. 38, page A-4.
Memorial Day: Les Burton Sky Diving - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2, No. 38, page A-4.

At the dramatic moment, skydiver Les Burton sails into Neahwa Park bearing the American flag.
(Note the drop plane behind him)
Memorial Day: Mayor Miller Welcomes the Crowd to the Ceremony - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2, No. 38, page A-4.

Mayor Dick Miller on the edge of tears as he pay remembrance to fallen friends of his whose remains were only recently brought home.
Memorial Day: Pause and Reflect - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2, No. 38, page A-4.

Jonathan Sluti, Bill Wisley, Charles Armstrong, and George Sluti pause and reflect.
Memorial Day: Walkway Dedication - Oneonta Vets Commander Ben Eldred, and VFW Chaplain Bill Meade dedicate the Veterans' Memorial Walkway in Neahwa Park during Memorial Day remembrances.
Memorial Day: Canoe Regatta - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2, No. 38, page A-4.

While the Neahwa Park remembrance wound down, 48th Annual General Clinton Regatta contestants glided by on the Susquehanna, en route from Cooperstown to the Bainbridge finish line. Here, Grace Kimball and William Kimball pass the Southside Dam.
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Christina Donato - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Christina Donato - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Chelsea Steffens - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Stephen Banks - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Eli Madison - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Jaci Poss - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Renee Townsend - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Shannon Stark - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Travis Rathmell - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Chelsea Steffens - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Stephen Banks Groove - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Eli's Fans - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Eli's Support Group
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Shannon Stark - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Travis Rathmell - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: 2009 winner 17-20 Jaclyn Kelly - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol 2009 winner 13-16 Devon Champen - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Winners Circle age 13-16 - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Winners Circle 17 and Over - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Idol Winners - Featured on WSRKFM.com
Oneonta Jr. Idol: Victoria Konze - Featured on WSRKFM.com

Also featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No.47, page A-4.

Victoria Konze of Oneonta flashes a wide grin after winning the Oneonta Junior Idol Finals in the 17 and up category.
Building Blocks - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 37.Cover.

Shaylee Cooper works on a tower started by Emily Brown, part of the activities when The Dirtmeister (Stephen M. Tomecek) presented 'The Science of Sport' Sunday, May 22nd, at the Foothills Performing Arts Center
River Race - Feature in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No.39. Cover.

Randy Martin and Steve Smith cross the finish line in Neawah Park Sunday, June 6, after completing the 26 mile annual River Run, to benefit Opportunities for Otsego. The winner was Daniel Shanks.
Stanley-Wade School of Dance at the Ice Cream Social - Feature in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No.39. Cover.

The Stanley-Wade School of Dance under the direction of Stacey Stanley performs dance routines at the second annual Ice Cream Social, which moved from Wilber Park to the Foothills Performing Arts Center due to heavy rains Sunday, June 6th. Dancers are, from left, Beth-Anne Hughes, Fabel Booker, Angela Miller, Drue Quackenbush, Sara Mileski, Alexis DiBartolomeo, and Katie Lord.
Ice Cream Social 2 - Feature in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No.39. Cover.
Reprinted in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3, No. 14, page B-9.


Naomi Cook explores new powers of observation through tunnel-vision.
Ice Cream Social 3 - Feature in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No.39. Cover.

Local firefighter Justin Anderson served up chocolate chip ice cream to Isaak Morse.
Relay for Life - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 40, page A-6.

John Remillard, Fox Hospital's President/CEO lights the flame of hope after welcoming the crowd to this year's Relay for Life.
Relay for Life: Survivors - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 40, cover.

Leading 70 survivors in the cancer survivors' opening lap are, from left, banner bearers Karl Vogel, Lois Russell, Keisha Faulkner and Tony Lombardo.
Relay for Life: J.C.Penney Team - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 40, cover.

Lisa Morse, Rosanne White and Fran Epps, members of the J.C.Penney team, walk in the 2010 Oneonta Relay for Life in memory of David L. Barrow, who cancer claimed on Aug. 31, 2003, when he was just 49. The annual commemoration was Friday-Saturday, June 11-12, at Fortin Park, Emmons.
Relay for Life: Team Margie - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 40, page A-6.

Team Margie, with 75 members strong, showed up in force at the 2010 Oneonta Relay for Life Friday, June 11, at Fortin Park, Emmons. The team formed after Margie Baker, an aide at Laurens Central School, was diagnosed with breast cancer and told her friends ' I need some support.'
The team raised $2000 through this year's event.
Relay for Life: Beatha Damsa dancers - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 40, cover.

Miranda Carrabba takes her lead from older Megan Catella, members of Damhsa Beatha Step dancers, who performed at the relay.
Volpe Petting Zoo: Walking Batman
Volpe Petting Zoo: Walking Oreo
Introducing the kids to Pretzle
July 4th: Plane Set Up. - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 43, page A-7.

Paul Meyer readies a model aircraft for a demonstration.
July 4th: Spider-boy - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 43, page A-7.
Luka Holbroo, painted as Spiderman, peers out from the YMCA inflatables set up in Neawah Park.
July 4th: First Night Puppet - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 43, page A-7.
The First Night Oneonta Puppet welcomes Fourth of July celebrants. The Puppet will be featured in the parade this New Year's, Part of the city's First Night activities
July 4th: Game Fan - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 43, page A-7.
Natalie Gray, with her holiday-appropriate face, stopped by Damaschke Field to catch some of the Oneonta Outlaws game. No Admission was charged, as a Fourth of July gift to fans.
July 4th: Velcro Girls - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 43, page A-7.
Rex Layton, of Oneonta's NY Bounce House, sticks Natalie Lane to a Velcro wall. Natalie joins Alexis Campbell.
July 4th: Snow Cone Bros. - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2,No. 43, page A-7 and Vol.2, No. 47, cover.

Brothers, from left, Shayne, Dakota and Brent Chase, enjoying snow cones and brain freezes to beat the holiday heat.
July 4th: Fire Works - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 43, page A-7.
Weary celebrants watch the spectacular fireworks grand finale in Neawah Park Saturday, July 4, the culmination of Oneonta's July celebration. The display was sponsored by Five Star Subaru.
Head Start: Bikers - Feature in Hometown Oneonta, Vol. 2, No. 43, cover.

Youngsters enjoy the Head Start playground on River St.
Head Start: Monkey Bars - Featured in Hometown Oneonta vol 2, No. 43, page A-8.
If the need for Head Start remains, so does the need to play on Jungle Gyms.
40 Quilts Help Youngsters Cope With Loss of Parent - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 43, page A-3.

Members of the Susquehanna Valley Quilters display the squares youngsters will decorate this month by was of bereavement at Camp Forget-Me-Not.
Pond Tour 2010 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No.46, 2nd Front Page.

John Hayen's Koi fish nibble at a lily pad at stop number 2 on the Asbury Garden's 2010 Fish Pond Tour.
Lesley Deleski's Fish Pond - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No.46, 2nd Front Page.
Reprinted in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3, No. 14, page B-12.

Lesley Deleski, stop number 5 on Asbury Gardens' annual Oneonta Pond Tour Sunday, July 5th, relaxes by her fish pond on East St.
Cruise-In - Featured on allotsego.com

Ann and Tom Tillapaugh of Oneonta admire Chuck and Alice Sutliff’s 1934 Chevy during the Cruise-In Friday evening in downtown Oneonta.
Oneonta Rising: Wine Cellar - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 46, cover.
Reprinted in Vol.2, No. 49, cover, andReprinted in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3, No. 14, page B-13.

Joe Sullivan on Vocals and Patt Jeffries perform with the band Wine Cellar.
Otsego County Fair: Finish Line - Featured on allotsego.com

The winner, in blue, is Frisky TJ and his driver Claude Huckabone Jr. of LIvingston Manor after a fight for the finish with Nowerland Texas and his driver Jody Weidman this afternoon in the first race on the first day of the Otsego County Fair.
Otsego County Fair 2010, Claire Taylor - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 46, cover.

Claire Taylor of New Lisbon shows off her spinning skills in her 28th year at the Otsego County Fair, which runs through Sunday, Aug.8.
Otsego County Fair 2010: Cliff Hanger - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 46, page A3.

Oneonta's Danny and Mary Lynch soar high on 'The Cliff Hanger', one of the Gillette Shows' Midway rides at the Otsego County Fair, which runs through Sunday, Aug.8, at the fairgrounds in Morris.
Oneonta Storytellers - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2., No. 47, cover.

Lorna Czarnota tells the story of 'Pandora's Box' at the 35-year-old Oneonta Storytelling Center's final presentation in June,
Author speaks of Growing up in Oneonta - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 47, page A-3.

Author Marilou Trask-Curtin speaks at the Oneonta Historical Society about growing up in Oneonta.
Head Start: Baby Room - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No. 47, page A-5.

Never too young to enjoy, these toddlers prove in the Head Start Nursery on River St.
OTC Block Party: Dancers - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 47, page A-4.

Hartwick College's SOSU/BU dancers perform at the Oneonta Teen Center's 3rd annual Block Party.
Front to back: Tedra Morant and Andrea Quinlan, Emmanuella Brakye, Ashley Brown, Lancey Plaisir, Nalisha Bascom and Brittanie Kemp.
Jerry Jeff Walker at The Oneonta Theatre - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No.48, page A-12.

Jerry Jeff "Mr. Bojangles" Walker captivates the packed house at The Oneonta Theatre at the Saturday, Aug. 14th concert
Jerry Jeff Walker receives Wall of Distinction award - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 2, No.48, page A-12.

Jerry Jeff Walker holds high a plaque, presented to him by Ron Brazier, OHS Wall Of Distinction Committee chair. Jerry Jeff was unable to accept the award in person at the 2008 ceremony, so he accepted it after his latest local concert.
OHS Football Practice: Charges - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 49, cover.

Members of the OHS Junior Varsity Football team pad up in practice on Tuesday. From left to right, Cory Corkwell, Jack Graig-Tiso, and Dylan Rushton. The Team opens up the season at home on Saturday, Sept. 4.
OHS Football Practice: Scrimmage - Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 49, page B-10.

Scimmaging in the foreground are, from left, Logan Pondolfino, Francis Thomas, and Zach Pidgeon
OHS Football Practice: Pass - Hometown Oneonta Vol.2, No. 49, page B-10.

OHS Varsity player Zach Pidgeon throws a pass during a practice scrimmage Tuesday, Aug.24
Grand and Glorious, Indeed: Walking Tacos - featured in Hometown Oneonta, Vol 2, No.52, cover.
Reprinted in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3, No. 14, page B-14.

Fiona Maloney of Oneonta and Stella Duerden of Franklin advertise 'Walking Tacos,' a fundrasier for their dance school, Donna Decker's Fokine Ballet.
Grand and Glorious, Indeed: Winnie Shopping - featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 2, No. 52, cover.

Winnie Shepardson eyeing a glass amulet created by local artisan Jennifer Kemper.
OHS Wall of Distinction Inductions - Greg Harney '74 unveils his honorary plaq for the OHS Wall of Distinction. Credits include: Managing Director, U.S Olympic Committee-1986-2005, President of Global Sports Partners, Olympic Shield Winner in 1997, Los Angeles Olympic Games Staff Member in 1984, and Arizona State University Athletic Dept. Staff Member-1978-1983.
OHS Wall of Distinction Inductions - Coach Robert Zeh, who has been coaching since 1978, during his acceptance speech into the OHS Athletic Hall of Fame. Credits include: OHS Boys Coach for 22 Seasons and Girls Basketball Coach for 10 seasons, Over-all Career coaching record is 524-277, Compiled 446 wins while at OHS, His teams have won 8 Sectional Titles and 8 League Championships, and Inducted into the Section IV Hall of Fame and the New York State Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.
OHS Wall of Distinction Inductions - L-R: Dennis Carson (accepting for his father Dr. Alexander F. Carson '14), Greg Harney '74, John Scazafava '65, Mark Davis (accepting for his father-in-law Gordon Roberts '41), Nick Lambros (accepting for his daughter Jaclyn 'JC' Lambros '98), listen to Michael Sparaco's Acceptance speech for his induction into the OHS Athletic Hall of Fame.
OHS Home Coming Game 2010 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-5.

A force to be reckoned with, the Oneonta Yellow jacket flexes his muscles for the camera before the beginning of the Homecoming Game between OHS and the Dryden Lions.
OHS Home Coming Game 2010 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-5.

Evading Bo White and Tyler Cowen of the Dryden Lions, Oneonta Yellowjacket' Jacob Mykyntyn scores the first touchdown of the game.
OHS Home Coming Game 2010 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-5.

A cannon blast celebrates each touchdown for the home team, and it went off often during the Homecoming game: OHS beat Dryden, 58-22
OHS Home Coming Court 2010 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-5.

Members of the Homecoming Court who weren't playing in the game were cheering from the sidelines, including, from left, Joey Balnis, Maria Ranieri, Adrian Adamo, Erin Wolstenholme, Leah Elsbeck, Eric Deemel, and Annie Sherrill. Not pictured are Logan Pondolfino, Patrick Brindley, and Keegan Trombley.
OHS Home Coming King and Queen - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-5.

The Class of 2011 Homecoming King and Queen, Annie Sherrill and Patrick Brindley, were crowned during halftime.
OHS Home Coming Game 2010 - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-5.

The OHS Yellowjackets Cheer leading Squad flips (literally) over the home team's performance. In the air, from left are Hannah Visnosky, Sophie McCarthy, and Melissa Flathmann. Bryan Stilson holds Hannah.
17th Annual PIT Run - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-7.

The boss was on the job: Ryan Brooks, right, proprietor of Brooks' BBQ helps Joel Jessup in the barbecue pits. All runners lunched on the fare from Oneonta's signature eatery.
17th Annual PIT Run - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-7.

Youngsters dash past cheering onlookers during the Pit Run's Children's Fun Run.
17th Annual PIT Run - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-7.

SUNY Oneonta volunteer Dani Prebola paints a yellow cat on young Oneontan Ian Fulkerson's cheek in festivities following the Pit Run.
17th Annual PIT Run - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-7.

Dean Craven hols aloft a plaque given to him by Sid Parisian in memory of his late wife Angela, who was a strong supporter of the Pit Run. It reads: '17th Annual Pit Run 2010 INSPIRATIONAL MILE in Memory of Angela Craven, her unending support of family, friends and community has been a great influence for us all. You will remain with us always.'
17th Annual PIT Run - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, cover.

It's a scene that has come to represent Oneonta: hundreds of runners crossing the Main Street viaduct on Sunday in October- this year, the 10th - for Ricky J. 'Pit' Parisian Run, in honor of a city native and state trooper who died in the line of duty.
17th Annual PIT Run - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-7.

Theresa DiMartin, 15 and Brianna Georgia,16 of Oneonta High School, cross the finish line of their 5k race.
17th Annual PIT Run - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol.3 No. 3, page A-7.

Syracuse's Kyle Heath, 24, is the first to finish the 10k race, crossing the finish line at 31:01. Amanda LoPicolo of Oneonta, won the Women's race, the first Oneontan to take a Pit Run First Place.
Auction
CROP walk
Disc Golf
Bresees: Flooring - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, No.6, cover.

Custom flooring bears the Bresee's logo.
Bresees: Piano Room - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3., No. 6,
Kidney Walk - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3., No. 6,
Mummy and Mommy - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3., No. 6, page A-3.

At The Kidney Walk on Sunday, Oct. 31st at SUNY Oneonta's Dewar Arena, Oneonta's Colleen Perrino takes time out from walking to help transform her son Matthew from Buzz Lightyear into a Mummy.
Halloween: Rubik's Costume - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3., No. 6, page A-9

A puzzling Costume indeed, Hannah Reynolds of Oneonta as a Rubik's Cube
Halloween: Land of Oz - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3., No. 6, page A-9.

"The Wonderful Land of Oz' as realized by Center St. and Valleyview Elementary students. Characters include The Wizard himself (Kyle Kurkowski), A Flying Monkey(Teddy McGraw), The Wicked Witch of the East (Elizabeth Thomson), The Wicked Witch of the West (Angeline McGraw), Glinda (Caroline McGraw), the Cowardly Lion (Kevin Kurkowski), Scarecrow (Marykate Catella), Tin Man (Seamus Catella), and Dorothy (Megan Catella).
Halloween: Greater Plains Circys float - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3., No. 6, page A-9.

The Greater Plains Elementary School brought the Circus to town.
Halloween: Mr. T's - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3., No. 6, page A-9.

Like Father like Son: Big John and Little John Lincoln of Oneonta show size doesn't matter when interpreting Mr. T.
Halloween: Gargoyle - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, No. 6, page A-9.

No, this gargoyle didn't escape from the renovations of the First Methodist Church's tower on Chestnut St, this is Atticus Trayford in his impressive outfit Halloween Night, Sunday, Oct. 31st, at The Foothills Preforming Arts Center, staging area for for Oneonta's Halloween Parade down Main St.
Christian School bullet - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, No. 8, cover.

On Vetereans Day, the Oneonta Christian School hosted vets and their families, who shared war stories with the rapt youngsters. Among the mementos passed from hand to had was this Browning Machine gun tracer round from WWII that Chuck Pinkey brought on his Father's behalf. Examining it are, from left, Laili Youngs, Olivia Enck, Lexy Rufrano and Olivia Hilgers.
Veterans Day March - Featured on allotsego.com
Veteran's Memorial - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, No. 8, cover.

Ben Eldred, left, and Chaplain Bill Meade of the Oneonta American Legion Post 259, during a moment of reflecion at the Veterans Day Ceremonies in Neawah Park.
Paint Fest - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, No. 8, page a-3.

Brothers Michael and Anthony Iannelli of Oneonta paint an Apatasuarus and a crab ornament, as well as themselves, during the third annual Paintfest organized Saturday, Nov. 13th, by OWL - Oneonta World of Learning - at ARC Otsego on South Main.
Coach Zeh speech - Featured in Hometown Oneonta, Vol. 3, No. 10. Cover
Coach Zeh group hug - Featured in Hometown Oneonta, Vol. 3, No. 10. Cover

The Lady Yellowjackets who retired Coach Zeh took to the State Finals the past two years in a row honored him at a surprise party in the OHS Cafeteria, Thhursday, Nov. 25th, after the Thanksgiving Tournament. Facing the camera, from left, are Katie Braden, Merideth ridgeway, Valerie Rifdgeway, and erin Walstenholme. The girls went on to win the Drago Cup under Zeh's successor, Matt Miller.
Don't Hug Me black Friday - Featured in Hometown Oneonta, Vol. 3, No. 10. Cover.
reprinted in Vol. 3, No. 14, page B-19

Mallory Hunter and Mike Jacobs of the Oneonta Theatre Stage Players serenade Black friday shoppers at the Southside Mall with selections from 'A Don't Hug Me Christmas Carol," performed at 8pm Thurs-Sat. Dec 2-4, at the Oneonta Theatre, with a 3pm Matinee on Sunday.
Santa and malorie Doane - Featured in Hometown Oneonta, Vol. 3, No. 10. page A-4.

Santa on the Canadian Pacific Rail Holiday Train with Juno Award Pop artist Melanie Doane, Sunday, Nov. 28th.
Holiday Train crowd. - Featured in Hometown Oneonta, Vol. 3, No. 10. page A-4.

The crowd trackside peers at Santa with Juno Award winner Melanie Doane as the Canadian Pacific Rail Holiday Train paid it's annual visit to Oneonta Sunday, Nov. 28th.
2010 Gingerbread House Competition - Feature in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, No 13, page A-2.

Tin Robot, Fully Furnished Doll House and an Easy Bake Oven were among the entries.

1st place: 'Robot Man' by Ian Austin and Libby Cudmore, Oneonta.
2nd Place: 'Easy Bake Oven' by Paul and Barb Agolia, Oneonta.
Bye Bye Breses 1 - featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, no. 12, cover.
Reprinted in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3, No. 14, page
Bye Bye Breses 2 - featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, no. 12, cover.
Reprinted in Hometown Oneonta Vol 3, No. 14, page B-21.
TJMaxx - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, no 13, cover.

Southside Mall hung a ribbon and TJMaxx rendering on the store.
Bresees hoser - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, no. 14, cover.

It's going! If you haven't seen what's left of the Wall St. side of Bresee's, stop by Library Park in the next few days. You'll be surprised. The demolition should be wrapped up early in the New Year.
First Night 2011: Shasta Flock - Featured in Hometown Oneonta vol. 3, No. 15, page A-6.

Shasta Flock - from Left, Cameron Bowne, Michael Lee, Ryan Ficano and Sam Huntington - wrap up a set at The Oneonta Teen Center.
First Night 2011: Revellers - Featured in Hometown Oneonta vol. 3, No. 15, page A-6.

The last revellers of the evening raise glasses of bubbly and cheer in the New Year at midnight in Muller Plaza.
Polar Bear Jump: - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, No.22, cover.

OHS Student Theresa DiMartin shivers as she prepares to take the plunge at her first Goodyear Lake Polar Bear Jump Sat. Feb. 19th, across the lake from the Red Carpet Motel. Organized for the 16th year by Jamie and Brenda Waters, Milford, the plunge raised more than $78,000 to benefit eight youngsters fighting serious diseases, as well as Catskill Area Hospice and Palliative Care and a local church.
Polar Bear Jump: Theresa and Brianna - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, No.22, cover.

OHS Classmate Brianna Georgia, right, joins DiMartin in her first jump.
Hartiwck Hill Run: Kim and Daughter - Featured in Hometown Oneonta Vol. 3, no 33.

Hartwick Director of Athletics Kim Fierke (right) and her daughter Laine Johnson (left) near the top of a grueling flight of stairs that marked the final quarter of their first year in the Hartwick Hill Run on Sat.
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Ian Austin
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