Learn About New York’s "Women of Distinction" at Your Local Library
Senator Ritchie Encourages People to Visit Moving “Women of Distinction” Displays
People in Central New York will have an opportunity to learn about New York’s female leaders through a moving “Women of Distinction” display, featured at local libraries.
The New York State Senate’s Women of Distinction program honors women—both past and present—who have made a difference. Senator Ritchie kicked off the tour Thursday, with an event at the Fulton Public Library, which is hosting the exhibit through July 10th.
“When you look back through history, it’s astounding to see the number of women who have made such a significant impact on our state—and our country,” said Senator Patty Ritchie.
“This display will enable people to learn about those women, as well as current “Women of Distinction” who are making a difference in their communities today.”
The moving display will feature this year’s Woman of Distinction, Jan Rebeor of Oswego County, as well as other famous New York women; such as Rhoda Fox Graves, Susan B. Anthony, Harriet Tubman, Lucille Ball and more.
The display will be featured at the following libraries:
Fulton Library, June 26th to July 10th
Hannibal Library, July 11th to July 19th
Williamstown Library, July 20th to July 30th
Mexico Library, August 9th to August 17th
Sandy Creek Library, August 20th to August 28th
Central Square Library, August 29th to September 6th
Phoenix Library, September 19th to September 27th
Oswego City Library, September 28th to October 8th
Pulaski Library, September 10th to September 18th
Learn more about New York’s Women of Distinction by clicking here.