The town of Worcester is presenting an open house from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, organizers said.
Businesses in the town will set out “welcome” signs, organizers said, and will offer samples of products and other incentives.
Barbara Ann Heegan, president and chief executive officer of the Otsego County Chamber of Commerce, said the member town and its businesses want to encourage visitors to Main Street.
Mang insurance agents earn licenses
Mang Insurance Agency employees have passed state licensing examinations, the Norwich-based company reported recently.
The agency announced that Danielle Dougherty, Corrine Harper, Danielle Wilcox, Frank Schultz, Tracey Baker, Kelsey Cortright and Leona Revoir recently passed licensing tests.
Dougherty in Delhi, Harper in Oneonta, Wilcox in Norwich, Schultz and Baker in Utica, and Cortright in Vestal received property and casualty broker’s licenses, a media release said, and Revoir, a benefits service manager in Norwich, received a life and health broker’s license.
Richard R. Mirabito, chief executive officer of Mang Insurance Agency, congratulated the insurance agents on the recent achievements.
“Their continued education is a benefit to our clients whose insurance needs we serve,” he said in the release.
Mang Insurance Agency provides a range of insurance services to individuals and businesses from more than 20 offices in upstate New York and Vermont. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of NBT Bancorp Inc. in Norwich
Mixer set for young professionals
Young professionals are invited to mingle at a networking event at Stella Luna Ristorante on Market Street in Oneonta on Thursday.
The Otsego County Chamber of Commerce and Citizen Voices are sponsoring the event, which starts at 6 p.m.
“This is a great opportunity for young professionals to meet other young professionals in a fun, social setting,” said Phil Wright, Citizen Voices Communications Committee chairman. “Regional business owners and managers are also attending to facilitate conversation and networking. We hope that this event is well-received and becomes a regular occurrence.”