Members of the Leadership Chenango Class of 2010 visited the Northeast Classic Car Museum last Thursday to learn more about the benefits to the local economy of it and other tourist attractions. The museum was one of six stops the group made during a tour of the central part of Chenango County. Other destinations included Morrisville State Collegeís Norwich campus, Roots and Wings, The Label Gallery, Norwich Pharmaceuticals and the South Plymouth farm where Giff Foster, director of the Southern Tier Agricultural Energy Project, processes biodiesel.
Pictured are the members of the Class of 2010. Back: Dr. Scott Sutton, Broad Street Chiropractic; Dr. Paul Doroghazi, Chenango Memorial Hospital; Nancy Duffy; Audra Mikalunas, NBT Bank; Betsey Baio, New York Pizzeria; Doreen Bates, DCMO BOCES; Roger Connelly, Rogerís Auto Body and Chenango Carpet & Furniture; Facilitiator Judie Wright; Tim Hyle, Preferred Mutual; Ken Freeman, Warner Chilcott; and Keven Bucklin, Agro Farma. Front: Melissa Stagnaro, The Evening Sun; Rachel Crandall, Commerce Chenango; Pat Figary, Warner Chilcott; Terri Furgeson, NBT Bank; Shauna Hyle, NBT Bank; Kobie Decker, Big Brothers Big Sisters; Kelli Sines, Opportunities for Chenango; Regina Dascher, Warner Chilcott; Maureen Hurley, Preferred Mutual; and Lisa Colabelli, Frontier.