The other 10 stores in compliance were Sunoco Country Store and Stewarts’ Shops in the city of Oneonta; Mirabito Quickway and Valero on Oneida Street in the town of Oneonta; Express Mart on state Route 20 in Richfield; Taylor Mini Mart and Red Apple on West Main Street in Richfield Springs; Fly Creek General Store, state Route 28 in Fly Creek; Stewarts’ Shops on Chestnut Street in Cooperstown; and Apple Food & Grocery on state Route 28 in Milford.
In 2013, T.L. Cannon Companies, the franchisee for 60 Applebee’s restaurants in upstate New York and Connecticut, provided $2.2 million in fundraising and in-kind support to community organizations, a media release said.
Of that total, $170,000 went to groups in the Mohawk Valley region, officials said, including $29,000 donated to local groups through fundraising efforts at the Applebee’s at Southside Mall in Oneonta.
Company officials said area groups that received fundraising and in-kind support included Alpha Epsilon Pi, Mu Sigma Upsilon, BSA Troop 23, Fokine Ballet Company, Schenevus Indoor Soccer Club, Greater Plains Safety Patrol, Oneonta YMCA Gymnastics Team, Valleyview PTO, Oneonta High School Senior Class, Oneonta High School Track and Field Team,Oneonta Youth Baseball, Morris Central School Spanish Club, Oneonta High School S.A.D.D., Eclipse Winterguard, St Joseph’s Youth Group and Tri-Valley Colts Football.
Other organizations included Oneonta Varsity Football, Oneonta High School Varsity Girls Swim Team, Valleyview Safety Patrol, OHS Boys Soccer Booster Club, Hartwick Cheer Team, 4-H FIRST Robotics Team 4203, Oneonta French and German Clubs, Oneonta High School Senior Class, Charlotte Valley Central School Varsity Girls Basketball Team, Laurens Central School French Club, Franklin Central School and Oneonta YMCA Orcas Swim Team.
Other recipients were Hartwick College Volleyball, the SUNY Oneonta Emergency Squad, Guiding Eyes for the Blind — Leatherstocking Region, the Oneonta Community Health Center and Opportunities for Otsego.