Greg Ball's Press releases

DAILY VOICE: LEWISBORO’S CRYSTAL KENNEDY HONORED AS WOMAN OF DISTINCTION

by The Daily Voice

LEWISBORO, N.Y. – Crystal Kennedy of Lewisboro has been named as an honoree for State Sen. Greg Ball’s Women of Distinction award, along with 22 others from the New York State Senate’s 40th District.

August 26, 2013
Read more...

DAILY VOICE: YORKTOWN’S TRICY CUSHNER HONORED AS WOMAN OF DISTINCTION

by The Daily Voice

YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Yorktown resident Tricy Cushner has been named an honoree for State Sen. Greg Ball’s Women of Distinction award, along with 22 others from the New York State Senate’s 40th District.

August 26, 2013
Read more...

DAILY VOICE: POUND RIDGE’S JOYCE BUTTERFIELD HONORED AS WOMAN OF DISTINCTION

by The Daily Voice

POUND RIDGE, N.Y. – Pound Ridge resident Joyce Butterfield has been named as an honoree for State Sen. Greg Ball’s Women of Distinction award, along with 22 others from the New York State Senate’s 40th District.

August 26, 2013
Read more...

THE PATCH: BREWSTER, SOMERS VETERANS TO VISIT NATIONAL WWII MEMORIAL

by Plamena Pesheva

Five local World War II veterans are preparing for their upcoming trip to the National WWII Memorial in Washington, DC on Tuesday, Sept. 17. The veterans shared their stories on a video that can be watched by clicking here.

August 26, 2013
Read more...

DAILY VOICE: MT. PLEASANT SCHOOLS CHIEF SUSAN GUINEY HONORED AS WOMAN OF DISTINCTION

by The Daily Voice

MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. – Mount Pleasant Schools Superintendent Susan Guiney and Pleasantville resident Janice Gambino have been named as honorees for State Sen. Greg Ball’s Women of Distinction award, along with 22 others from the New York State Senate’s 40th District.

August 26, 2013
Read more...

DAILY VOICE: PEEKSKILL’S RUTH WELLS HONORED AS WOMAN OF DISTINCTION

by The Daily Voice

PEEKSKILL, N.Y. – Twenty-five year Peekskill resident Ruth Wells has been named an honoree for State Sen. Greg Ball’s Women of Distinction award, along with 22 others from the New York State Senate’s 40th District.

August 26, 2013
Read more...

DOZENS OF VOLUNTEERS ATTEND SENATOR BALL’S PLANNING MEETING FOR 3RD ANNUAL VETERANS’ THANKSGIVING DINNER

Mahopac, N.Y. – 8/22/2013 – Dozens of volunteers gathered at Putnam National Golf Course on Thursday evening for Senator Greg Ball’s (R, C, I – Patterson) first planning meeting for his 3rd Annual Veterans’ Thanksgiving Dinner.

August 26, 2013
Read more...

SENATOR GREG BALL TO HOST FIRST STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING OF NEW SCHOOL YEAR

Brewster, N.Y. – 8/22/2013 – Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) has announced that he will be hosting his first Student Advisory Council Meeting of the new school year on Friday, September 6, 2013 at 4:30 PM at his district office in Brewster, NY.

August 22, 2013
Read more...

SENATOR GREG BALL HONORS 22 LOCAL WOMEN AT 2ND ANNUAL WOMEN OF DISTINCTION CEREMONY

Carmel, N.Y. – 9/08/2013 – Twenty-two extraordinary women have been inducted into Senator Greg Ball’s (R, C, I – Patterson) Women of Distinction Hall of Fame.

August 22, 2013
Read more...

LOHUD: DUTCHESS FARM FIGHTING NYC GREENMARKET SHUT-OUT

Written by JOHN DAVIS

When is a farm not a farm? In the case of Coach Farm in Dutchess County and famed New York City farmer’s market, the answer is thorny.

August 20, 2013
Read more...

Woman of Distinction From The Town of Yorktown, Tricy Cushner

Ms. Cushner has served as the President and CEO for the Alliance for Safe Kids (ASK), Inc. since 2007. ASK is a coalition representing all sectors of the Yorktown community working together to promote the awareness and prevention of substance abuse and other destructive behaviors that damage our youth. Ms. Cushner remains active on the Yorktown School District PTSA Council, Wellness Committee, PS We Care, Foundation for Excellence, Drug Crisis in Our Backyard, Yorktown Organizations United, and is proud to be a Yorktown Lion. Ms.

August 20, 2013
Read more...

Woman of Distinction From The Village of Sleep Hollow, Filomena Fallacaro

Filomena Fallacaro is a lifelong resident of North Tarrytown. Ms. Fallacaro graduated from from North Tarrytown High school in 1947 and attended Butler Business School. Ms. Fallacaro has been an employee of the Village of Sleepy Hollow for sixty years, starting her service to the Village in 1953, when she was appointed Village Clerk. Ms. Fallacaro then served under former Mayor Gabriel P. Hayes and Mayor Joseph Galgano. Miss Fallacaro is a parishioner of the Immaculate Conception Church and is active in church affairs and has volunteered with the Red Cross and Montrose VA Hospital.

August 20, 2013
Read more...

Woman of Distinction From The Town of Southeast, Ruth Mazzei

Ruth Mazzei was a resident of Southeast for 33 years, serving as the Town of Southeast Village Clerk for 20 years, where she became a NYS Registered Municipal Clerk and an International Certified Municipal Clerk. During her time in Southeast, Ms. Mazzei volunteered with the Brewster Italian-American Women’s Club, St. Lawrence Mother’s Guild, Southeast Seniors, Catholic Daughters, and served  as Vice President for the PC Kiwanis Club. Ms.

August 20, 2013
Read more...

Woman of Distinction From The Town of Somers, Doris Jane Smith.

Ms. Smith graduated from Manhattanville College with a Masters in Arts and Teaching. Ms. Smith has lived in the Town of Somers for 47 years, working for the Somers Central School District for 20 years and the Town of Somers Parks and Recreation for 23 years. Ms. Smith has been a member of the Somers Historical Society for almost half a century, where she served as the Co-chair for the Town’s Bicentennial Committees, Chair of the Museum and Reis House Committees and Co-chair of the Education Committee. Ms.

August 20, 2013
Read more...

Woman of Distinction From The Village of Sleepy Hollow, Sophie Phillips.

Nominated by Westchester Medical Center. Ms. Phillips’ has been nominated by Westchester Medical Center for the compassion, kindness and serenity she brings to the patients in the Cancer Ward of Westchester Medical Center. When her best friend was diagnosed at age 12 with ovarian cancer, Ms. Phillips visited the hospital every day, realizing the passion she had for working with and helping others who are in the hospital setting. Ms. Phillips is a Unit Based Action Volunteer at Westchester Medical Center, where she visits and advocates for patients. Ms.

August 20, 2013
Read more...

Woman of Distinction From The Town of Pound Ridge, Joyce Ann Butterfield.

Joyce Butterfield is a Board Member since 1984 and Life Member of The Pound Ridge Historical Society presently serving as the President, and Acquisition Chairperson. Ms. Butterfield served as an active life member of the Queens Historical Society from 1972- 1983, and a past member of the Landsmarks and Historic District Commission of Pound Ridge for six and a half years. Ms. Butterfield served as a mentor for a Pound Ridge Girl Scout Gold Award recipient, she is also a life time member of the Girl Scouts and a “Thanks” recipient. After joining in 1970 she served as a Scout Leader, Community Leader and Association President of Northeast Queens County.

August 20, 2013
Read more...

Woman of Distinction From The Town of Mt. Pleasant, Dr. Susan Guiney.

Dr. Guiney received her PhD in Organizational Leadership from Columbia University, and since 2009, has successfully served as Superintendent of the Mt. Pleasant Central School District, a $50 million educational organization that supports the educational preparedness and learning of over 2,000 students. As Superintendent, Dr. Guiney has created a dynamic learning community and has also led the Mt. Pleasant Central School District’s efforts to create and implement a five year strategic plan. Dr.

August 20, 2013
Read more...

Woman of Distinction From The Village of Pleasantville, Janice Gambino

With the support of her family and a caring community, Janice Gambino established the Tina Shaina Gambino Memorial Foundation in memory of her daughter, Tina. After Tina's untimely death in 2004, during her senior year at Pleasantville High School, Janice built an extraordinary program that honors the memory of a young woman who was widely respected as generous, good-natured and infused with the spirit of giving. The Foundation's programs support other families at the Maria Fareri Children's Hospital, assist Pleasantville students with college scholarships, and build awareness of the life-giving stories written by organ donors.

August 20, 2013
Read more...
Syndicate content