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Hall of Fame Class of 2015 Three pitchers who combined to win nine Cy Young Awards and a member of Major League Baseball’s 3,000 Hit Club were elected to the national Baseball Hall of Fame this year.


The latest class includes: Randy Johnson Pedro Martinez John Smoltz Craig Biggio


They will be inducted July 26. The Hall of Fame now has 310 elected members.


in meeting rooms, and legendary service. They brought their families,who enjoyed the Chocolate Spa,Hershey Gardens and several outdoor activities.”


“These are merely two examples why we have so many repeat groups - one for more than 35 years - and 3,000 meetings and events each year! Other highlights are our flexibility, exceptional values and packages. The Hotel Hershey has special offers in May, June,September and October,while Hershey Lodge sets May and September aside for spectacular savings,”concludes Reynoldson.


Planners wishing to step back in time and design team building or themes around the heritage of “America’s most perfect village” choose Cooperstown, New York. As for Cooperstown’s“most perfect”meeting venue, it’s the Otesaga Resort Hotel, a landmark since 1909. A 132-room resort, it blends gra- cious hospitality with first-class lodging and fine dining. Consider the 18-hole Leather- stocking Golf Course, a tennis court, the vast assortment of sports and recreational inter- ests, heated indoor swimming pool, fitness room,and a beautiful lake for swimming and boating to round out event or meeting leisure calendars.


It’s no surprise this is a AAA Four-Diamond hotel. Although it’s closed from the Sunday after Thanksgiving until mid-April, The Otesaga welcomes groups during the off-sea- son if they book at least 50 rooms per night.


50 March  April 2015


The Otesaga, owned by the same family for 106 years, was the vision of Edward Severin Clark and Stephen Carlton Clark, grandsons of Cooperstown benefactor Edward Clark. It graces 700-feet of lakefront on the southern shore of Lake Otesaga, the famed Glimmer- glass of James Fenimore Cooper novels.


The exceptionally beautiful resort offers 30,000-square feet of flexibility with 14 meet- ing and conference rooms. Space ranges from the 2,600-square foot ballroom and Glimmer-glass areas to small breakouts.


The resort’s sales and event management team happily customizes arrangements for any size group.Packagesmay feature tours of The National Baseball Hall of Fame, recep- tions on the garden terrace of Fenimore Art Museum, or a jaunt around The Farmers’ Museum.


“Meeting planners don’t have to make choic- es,” declares Bobby Faller, Otesaga Resort Hotel director of sales.“It’s very important for us to keep people engaged. No one should ever be bored. We are blessed with a wealth of unusual places to include on group agen- das. Of course, the Baseball Hall of Fame is an amazing stop. The Farmers’ Museum Village features New York’s rich rural past, and Fenimore Art Museum mounts ten exhi- bitions each year. Locally, there also is one of the best Belgian breweries I’ve seen. The Brewery Ommegang offers tours and has a café. We love to share all these wonders.”


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