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Owners Seek Community Support in Restoring Bull's Head Inn

Written By Editor on 5/5/14 | 5/5/14


The Bull's Head Inn is one of Schoharie County's treasures from the early nineteenth century, a corner-piece establishment in Olde Cobleskill defined by its majestic appearance and its ghostly folklore, but of late it has suffered from the same economic woes that have plagued the county. 


Three entrepreneurs who purchased the historic restaurant last year - Christopher Guldner, Mary Sagendorf, and Kevin Guldner - are trying to change that and bring the landmark back to its former glory, but need the community's help to do so. 

As part of their restoration efforts to bring the facility back to operation, significant structural repairs need to be completed, including the installation of a fire sprinkler system throughout the entire building and an associated new water main, which are estimated to top $32,000 in costs.

To offset the hefty price-tag of furbishing the necessary fire protection system, the new owners have launched a "Protect the Bull's Head Inn" campaign on gofundme.com that is appealing to local residents and patrons of the fine establishment to assist them in restoring the restaurant to its place in the community. 

The campaign launched at the end of March and has since raised over $11,500 from donors, or one-third of the goal amount. But as impressive as their early fundraising efforts have been, they still need help from everyday residents to rehabilitate and restore the legendary Bull's Head Inn to its former glory.

You can find out more and donate to their campaign here
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