Betty Little's Photos

Christmas Eve March Honors Soldiers

State Senator Betty Little participates in the annual Queensbury National Guard Soldiers Christmas Eve March, a tradition to recognize the sacrifices being made by all American soldiers and service members who are serving away from their families.

New York Army National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Queensbury Armory, local veterans and families of those serving our nation spent the morning of Christmas Eve conducting a three to five mile march to express support for their loved ones serving in Iraq, Afghanistan and locations around the world.

 

January 5, 2010
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Medical Malpractive Focus of Senate Hearing

State Senator Betty Little listens to the response of a question she posed during a New York State Senate hearing about medical malpractice reform.  While the health care debate continues in Washington, D.C., Little and her colleagues are examining ways to control health care costs in New York State.

Little is pictured next to Sen. Neil Breslin of Albany during the December 1 hearing in the state Capital.

 

December 8, 2009
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Water quality was focus of Senate Environmental Conservation Committee Hearing

Senator Betty Little and Senator Antoine Thompson, chair of the Senate Environmental Conservation Committee, listen to testimony at a water-quality hearing in Albany today.  The public hearing drew testimony from experts on many issues including sewage treatment, drinking water quality, storm water infrastructure, detection of pharmaceuticals in drinking water supplies and aquatic invasive species.

October 1, 2009
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Senator Betty Little talks about Samuel de Champlain at Crown Point Celebration

State Senator Betty Little was one of the guest speakers at the Crown Point Quadricentennial Day Celebration on Saturday, September 19, 2009.

The event commemorating Samuel de Champlain's discovery of beautiful Lake Champlain also featured historic, cultural, educational and family activities, a special ceremony rededicating the Crown Point Lighthouse and a fireworks show.

September 23, 2009
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Jacquiline Touba is a New York State Senate Woman of Distinction

Senator Betty Little today announced that Dr. Jacquiline Touba of Glens Falls has been recognized as a New York State Senate "Woman of Distinction." Dr. Touba was honored at a ceremony in Albany on Wednesday, June 10 along with 15 other women from across New York State.

June 15, 2009
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Shannon Sara of Queensbury shadows Senator Betty Little

Shannon Sara, a Queensbury High School senior, is pictured with Senator Little in the Senate Chamber.  Shannon was sponsored by the League of Women Voters of New York State Education Foundation, Inc. to the participate in the Students Inside Albany program.  The four-day program covered topics including lobbying, open government and the role media plays in public policy decisions.

 

May 4, 2009
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Senator Little welcomes Donna Trombley

Senator Betty Little greets Donna Trombley at the grand opening of her new satellite office.  The office location is the Clinton County Government Center, 137 Margaret Street, Suite 100, Plattsburgh.

May 4, 2009
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Commemorating the 400th Anniversary of Samuel de Champlain's Discovery!

This year we commemorate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of French explorer Samuel de Champlain on Lake Champlain.  Click HERE to learn more about exciting events in the North Country!

May 4, 2009
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Mental Health Advocates Lobby Albany

A contingent of mental health advocates stopped by Senator Little's Albany office on Tuesday, February 24 to discuss the state budget proposal and the potential impact on services and programs.

April 1, 2009
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Little Supports New State Agriculture Commissioner

Little Supports New State Agriculture Commissioner -- Senator Betty Little is pictured with Patrick Hooker, New York State's 26th Agriculture Commissioner. Little enthusiastically supported Hooker's confirmation, noting his extensive agricultural background, which includes working for the New York Farm Bureau for 16 years and serving as the Director of the New York State Senate Agriculture Committee. Growing up, Hooker worked on a dairy farm, was active in the Junior Holstein Club and served as State Future Farmers of America President in 1979.

April 1, 2009
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Granville Musicians Perform In Albany

Granville Musicians Perform In Albany -- The Granville Jazz Ensemble and the Granville Elementary School Band are pictured in Albany with Senator Betty Little. The young musicians were participating in a New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) program and performed in the State Concourse. They were accompanied by Colin MacInnis, the elementary school band conductor, and Crystal Everdyke, who leads the jazz ensemble and the junior high school and high school bands.

April 1, 2009
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Granville Musicians Perform In Albany

Granville Musicians Perform In Albany -- The Granville Jazz Ensemble and the Granville Elementary School Band are pictured in Albany with Senator Betty Little. The young musicians were participating in a New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) program and performed in the State Concourse. They were accompanied by Colin MacInnis, the elementary school band conductor, and Crystal Everdyke, who leads the jazz ensemble and the junior high school and high school bands.

April 1, 2009
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McCadam Issues Discussed in Albany

McCadam Issues Discussed in Albany -- Senator Betty Little is pictured with Linda Sparrow and Christopher Pierson in her Albany legislative office. Pierson and Sparrow, both responsible for McCadam Cheese marketing, discussed the growth of the McCadam brand in New York State, emphasizing the importance of promoting the brand as owned by a dairy farmer-owned cooperative and the need for New Yorkers to support agriculture in the state.

April 1, 2009
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Senator Little presents the New York State Senate Liberty Medal to Margarette Bussing

Senator Little presents the New York State Senate Liberty Medal to Margarette Bussing, in recognition of her late husband's service to our nation. Warren S. Bussing was recognized in November at the Warren County "Honor a Deceased Veteran" Program. Mr. Bussing was a World War II U.S. Navy veteran who served for approximately 4 years. For his service to our country, he was awarded the European Theater Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Medal, 2 bronze service stars, American Theater Medal and WWII Victory Medal. He served as a Seaman 1/c aboard the USS South Dakota (BB-57) and USS General Harry Taylor.

April 1, 2009
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Sen. Little Meets Alaska Lawmaker, Northwood Allumnus

Sen. Little Meets Alaska Lawmaker, Northwood Allumnus -- Senator Betty Little is pictured with Senator Ben Stevens, President of the Alaska State Senate. Senator Stevens, Little learned during a vacation to Alaska, is a graduate of the Northwood School in Lake Placid. Little and Stevens are pictured in the Alaska Governor's Mansion located in Juneau.

April 1, 2009
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Funding for Municipal Drinking Water Projects

Elzabethtown and Westport have been awarded $8.8 million in funding for municipal drinking water projects. Pictured from left are EFC President Thomas Kelly, Elizabethtown Supervisor Noel Merrihew, Senator Betty Little, Westport Supervisor Dan Connell and Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward.

April 1, 2009
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Frances M. Walton, New York State Woman of Distinction

Frances M. Walton, owner and operator of the Wilderness Inn in Wilmington, was honored as a New York State Woman of Distinction during a ceremony today in Albany. Sen. Betty Little presented Fran with the award as her family and friends watched from the audience.

April 1, 2009
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