Eleven eateries in downtown Oneonta restaurants are joining forces Wednesday for the Wilber Mansion Restaurant Crawl, a fundraising project.
The 4 to 8 p.m. event will raise money for the Community Arts Network of Oneonta to restore its Wilber Mansion. The CANO gallery and office space is at 11 Ford Ave.
During the event, the Mansion will be open for tours, offered every half hour by the Greater Oneonta Historical Society. Artist Stacy Brock’s exhibition “The Long and Lonely Year” will be on display.
Participating restaurants include Nina’s Italian Grill, Oneonta Hots, Autumn Café, B Side Ballroom and Supper Club, the Red Caboose, Dietz & Wall Wines, Fiesta Mexican Grill & Cantina, Rail Benders, Boudreaux ‘n’ Thibodeaux’s, Liberty Tree Chocolates and Captn Cook’s Seafood Market.
Tickets are $30 per person and $20 for children younger than 13, organizers said, and tickets are available at CANO and participating restaurants.
For more information, call CANO at 432-2070 or visit online at www.canoneonta.org.
Local financial adviser honored
William P. Senif, a financial adviser with Northwestern Mutual, has qualified for membership in the Million Dollar Roundtable, a media release said.
MDRT is an international, independent association of leading financial professionals from 450 companies in 74 countries, the release said, and members must demonstrate exceptional professional knowledge, strict ethical conduct and outstanding client service.
Senif, who operates his practice in Fly Creek, has been associated with Northwestern Mutual since 1999 and has qualified for MDRT membership six times.
Northwestern Mutual, which has been in business more than 150 years, along with its subsidiaries, offers life insurance, long-term care insurance, disability insurance, annuities, investment products and other financial products and services.
He lives in Cooperstown with his wife, Michelle and operates his practice in Fly Creek.
Keller Williams in Oneonta adds staff
Keller Williams, a real estate franchise, has expanded to local counties with the opening of an office in Oneonta.