The Otsego County Chamber of Commerce and the Small Business Development Center outreach at the State University College at Oneonta will be hosting a minority and women-owned business workshop.
The workshop will take place at the Otsego Grille in Morris Hall at SUNY Oneonta on Sept. 18 from noon. to 3:30 p.m. Registration should be done ahead of time by calling the Otsego County Chamber of Commerce by noon on the day of the event. The chamber’s number is 432-4500. The cost of the workshop is $15.
The workshop will feature state officials, and will teach how to become certified as a minority or women-owned business enterprise, as well as how to do business with state government. Those who have gone through the MWBE process will also be speaking.
“I think it’s a very exciting opportunity to create awareness,” said Otsego County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Barbara Ann Heegan.
SCREENING CENTER TO OPEN
Tri-Town Screening will be having its grand opening Sept. 23 at 5 a.m.
The business will be located at 40 Main St. in Afton, and will provide biometric screenings. The screenings will include glucose testing and a finger-stick test for fasting or non-fasting cholesterol. The exam also includes readings of height, weight, body mass index, and blood pressure.
Results will be given within 15 minutes and the cost of the exam is $25.
Tri-Town Screening is not yet accepting insurance, but plans on doing so in the near future.
RANGE TO HOST OPEN HOUSE
Delaware County Tactical will be holding an open house Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Located at state Highway 23 in Stamford, Delaware County Tactical is a new pellet gun shooting range and pro shop.
Delaware County Tactical owner and instructor Alan Kaplan, a former Army combat medic, was inspired to start his business after getting certified as a handgun instructor at Sig Sauer Academy in Epping, N.H., and being struck by the high price of ammunition. As a less-costly shooting alternative, Kaplan decided to create a pellet gun range.