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    Mahopac, N.Y.  – (2/27/12) – Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) named Mahopac High School senior Brian Reilly as the Chairman of his Student Advisory Committee.

    As a member of the Student Advisory Committee, Reilly has taken the initiative on three projects that have greatly benefitted residents and businesses in Putnam County. First, Reilly worked with the Putnam County Department of Health to create and informational video on the Putnam Bike Path. Reilly also provided a recommendation to Putnam County Chamber of Commerce leaders to create a junior membership category for high school juniors and seniors. In addition, in an effort to attract new business and retain members, Reilly created video interviews featuring local business people of the year.

    “I believe that these projects represent what high school students can do to make a difference for the people and businesses of our community,” Reilly said.

    In recognition of his dedication to the local community, Senator Ball named Reilly as the Chairman of his Student Advisory Council.

    “Brian Reilly is an example of a young man who is far ahead of his time,” Senator Ball said. “He not only comes up with outstanding ideas, but he executes them flawlessly. The work that he has done for the community has been noticed, not only by me, but my colleagues. I’m confident that he has a bright future ahead and I am honored to have him serve at the head of my Student Advisory Committee.”

    Reilly said he is looking forward to continuing to work with Senator Ball on projects that will benefit local residents and businesses.

    “I feel connected with our community and honored to have the opportunity to serve as Chairman to Senator Greg Ball’s Student Advisory Committee,” Reilly said.

    For more information or to speak with Senator Ball, please contact Brittany Oat (845) 200-9716.