Schoharie Promotional Association

Support and Achievements

Welcome Baskets delivered to new home owners and residents.

The Village Clock
After years of planning and saving, the Promotional Association purchased and dedicated the village clock on October 21, 2007.  With a double-face and the Village of Schoharie inscription and incorporation date, the clock stands proudly in front of the county courthouse.  Thanks to Guernsey's Schoharie Nurseries for the landscaping around the clock.

Trash Barrels on Main Street
Originally built in 1990 by then President, Jim Getman, six wooden trash barrel covers were replaced and built by Mark Traver.  Five of the six were recovered after the flood in various locations in the village.

Benches on Main Street
After the sidewalk/streetlamp project in the village in 2009, two benches were purchased and placed on Main Street.

Participation in Schoharie's Memorial Day Parade

Little League sponsorship
For years, the Schoharie Promotional Association has sponsored a Schoharie Little League team.

          Welcome to Schoharie banners and flags

Halloween and Christmas decorating contests for businesses and homes. 

Two yearly scholarship awards to Schoharie Central seniors who demonstrate community service

Flower Barrels on Main Street
Flower barrels have been a long tradition on Main Street.  After replacing the old half barrels in 2010 only to lose all but two of them in the Hurricane Irene flood, the half whisky barrels were replaced once again, this time with resin half-barrels.  Schoharie Valley Farms donates the flowers for the barrels each spring. 

Map Kiosk
Dedicated from the Schoharie 300 Celebration, the town and village map kiosk, in front of Town Hall, 300 Main Street. 

Schoharie 300 sign and rehab of organization sign
Following the Schoharie 300 celebration, this sign was purchased and added to the rehabbed organization sign on the north end of the village. 

Welcome to new businesses
Schoharie Promotional Association continues to arrange ribbon cuttings for new businesses in Schoharie. 

Sponsorship of Schoharie Sloughter's Car Show
With donations going to the Honor Flight and the Schoharie Village pool.

Ice Skating at Fox Creek Park

Totally dependent on weather, a large ice skating area in Fox Creek Park has been prepared for winter fun.  Our thanks to Floyd Guernsey for his work and support of this project. 

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