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Salmon River High School Band performs in Albany

Salmon River Rocks the House – The Salmon River High School Band performed in Albany Wednesday, March 20, 2013, participating in the New York State School Music Association’s (NYSSMA) “Music in Our Schools” program.  Under the direction of their conductor, Mrs. Cindy Healy, the students performed several rock songs, including Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven, for an audience in the Concourse of the Empire Plaza at the State Capital.

March 22, 2013
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Lucky Strike Lanes Lobbies Lawmaker

Scott McLaughlin of Lucky Strike Lanes is pictured in Albany with Senator Betty Little on Tuesday, March 12, 2013.  McLaughlin was advocating on behalf of the New York State Bowling Proprietors Association and discussed issues including the proposed minimum wage increase, vendor fees for video lottery terminals and civil liability concerns.

March 12, 2013
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Youth bureau lobbies in Albany

Youth bureau lobbies in Albany – Members of the Washington County Youth Bureau are pictured with Senator Betty Little on Tuesday, February 12 in Albany.  The students met with Little to discuss funding for youth programs, gun control and raising the state’s minimum wage.  Pictured from left are: Emily Campbell, Erica Reynolds, Kassondra Ambrosi, Program Coordinator Kevin Ely, Senator Little and Phil Hicks.

February 13, 2013
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Glens Falls Boy Scout Troop 2 welcomes Senator Little

Senator Betty Little met with the Glens Falls Boy Scout Troop 2 to talk about her motivation to serve in public office and the role and responsibilities of a New York State Senator.  The boys asked questions of the senator to fulfill a requirement to advance to their next rank.

October 25, 2012
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Jacko’s ice cream parlor is a real ‘old-fashioned’ treat

Senator Betty Little is pictured with Kay Tomasi at the counter of Jacko’s Corner, an old-fashioned soda fountain located on the corner of Main Street and East Broadway in Salem, Washington County.  Pictured behind the counter are operators Justin and Theresa Rushinski who worked with Kay to restore the soda fountain back to its former glory.

September 6, 2012
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Path Through History Conference Highlights Heritage Tourism Promotion

   Senator Betty Little attended a conference in Albany on Tuesday, August 28, 2012, to discuss Governor Cuomo's new heritage promotion initiative, the Path Through History program. The conference brought together stakeholders from across the state to discuss regional opportunities to promote New York's history and attract more tourists.  Senator Little is pictured talking with Heather Mabee, Saratoga-Capital Region Parks Commission chairwoman.

 

August 28, 2012
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Dereck Wood's Ayrshire is award winning at the Clinton County Fair

   Dereck Wood of Saranac is pictured with Senator Betty Little at the Clinton County Fairgrounds along with his award-winning Ayrshire.  Dereck is a member of the Whispering Pines 4-H club.

July 26, 2012
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Low-cost hydropower helps revive St. Lawrence County dairy plant

    Senator Betty Little is pictured with NYPA President and CEO Gil C. Quiniones on Wednesday, July 19 following a ribbon-cutting ceremony commemorating the successful reopening of North Country Dairy in North Lawrence.

    Upstate Niagara Cooperative, the new owner and operator of the yogurt production plant, invested $11 million for the purchase of the facility and its refurbishing.  The plant had been shuttered by its previous owner.  Thanks to an allocation of low-cost hydropower from NYPA, as well as state and local government incentives, the plant is producing millions of pounds of yogurt from milk purchased from New York State dairy farms and has rehired 80 northern New Yorkers.

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July 20, 2012
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West Point Day Celebrated in the State Capitol

Senator Betty Little joined her Senate colleagues in welcoming a group of West Point cadets to the State Capitol on Thursday, April 26.   

 

 

May 8, 2012
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Granville Jazz Ensemble Grooves in Albany

The Granville Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Crystal Everdyke, performed in the Concourse in Albany as part of the New York State School Music Association’s (NYSSMA) “Music in Our Schools Month” celebration on Friday, March 30.  Senator Betty Little caught up with the musicians for a photo in between numbers.

 

April 2, 2012
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Keene Trumpeter Sam Balzac Recognized in Albany

   Sam Balzac, an 11th grader at Keene Central School, was in Albany recently performing in the All-State Jazz Band as part of the New York State School Music Association’s (NYSSMA) “Music in our Schools Month” celebration.  Balzac plays the trumpet and flugelhorn.  Pictured from left are: Senator Betty Little; Sam; his mom, Kathleen Recchia; and Daryle Redmond, the NYSSMA Zone 6 representative.

 

March 26, 2012
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Salmon River Band Featured in Albany

   The Salmon River High School Band is pictured in Albany with their director, Cindy Healy.  The band performed a concert in the Concourse on Thursday, March 22 as part of the New York State School Music Association’s (NYSSMA) “Music in Our Schools Month” celebration.  They were welcomed by Senator Betty Little and Assemblywoman Janet Duprey.

March 22, 2012
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Bowling Business Discussed in Albany

     Scott McLaughlin of Lucky Strike Lanes in Malone is pictured with Senator Betty Little following a meeting on Tuesday, March 20 in Albany.  McLaughlin discussed issues affecting New York’s bowling businesses including a mandate that requires employers provide a summary of salary and benefits for each employee.  The wage information is already provided to employees on their pay stubs.  Senator Little voted to repeal the duplicative mandate in late February.<

March 20, 2012
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Derek Genereux Receives Student of the Year Award

Derek Genereux of Champlain is pictured with Senator Betty Little in Albany on Wednesday, March 12.  Derek was recognized  the previous evening as a Student of the Year by the New York Association for Continuing/Community Education.  Derek completed his GED last year and has become an advocate to encourage younger peers to stay in school and proponent of anti-bullying efforts.  Derek was nominated for the award by Champlain Valley Educational Services.

March 19, 2012
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Newcomb Bell Choir Performs in Albany

The Newcomb Central School District’s bell choir is pictured with Senator Betty Little in Albany.  Led by Director Zhanna Pendell, the group performed a concert in the Concourse on Monday, March 12 as part of the New York State School Music Association’s (NYSSMA) “Music in Our Schools Month” celebration.

March 12, 2012
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Washington County agriculture and food focus of Albany meeting

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE FOCUS OF ALBANY MEETING -- Jennifer Small, owner of Flying Pigs Farm, Jill Hamilton, a crew leader at Slack Hollow Farm, and Scott Keyes of the New York Farm Bureau were in Albany Tuesday, March 6 participating in Cornell University’s LEAD New York program designed to build strong leaders for New York’s food and agriculture industry.&nbsp

March 9, 2012
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Lincoln Center on stage at Senate Tourism Committee Meeting

Lincoln Center President Reynold Levy was the featured speaker at a recent New York State Senate Cultural Affairs, Tourism, Parks & Recreation Committee meeting in Albany.

February 14, 2012
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Plattsburgh 'Reality Check' Students Advocate in Albany

PLATTSBURGH ‘REALITY CHECK’ ADVOCATES IN ALBANY – A group of Plattsburgh High School students met with Senator Betty Little while in Albany on Tuesday, January 24.  The students are members of Reality Check, a teen-led movement to counteract tobacco industry marketing.  Pictured from left are Devan Bushey, program assistant Erica Olmstead, Olivia Raugi-Chandler, Senator Little and Madison Bushey.  For mo

January 25, 2012
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Progress being made on MTA East Side Access project

Senator Betty Little stands at the top of an escalator shaft being constructed as part of the East Side Access (ESA) project in Manhattan.    ESA is the nation’s largest transit public works project.  When completed, it will dramatically shorten commute times for Long Island Rail Road passengers, significantly reduce crowding in Penn Station and Penn Station bound trains and h

December 19, 2011
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