State Senator Greg Ball, 40th District, paid a visit to the Lewisboro Senior Adults group at the South Salem firehouse for some coffee, cake, and to talk about some of the issues the senior community in the area is coping with, on Wednesday, Feb. 8.
Sheila Guida and Marie Turner have dedicated their time and themselves to various causes in the Town of Cortlandt for years, and never asked for recognition. But, Cortlandt officials noticed and when Senator Greg Ball asked municipalities to nominate “women of distrinction” for his Hall of Fame by that name, Cortlandt nominated Guida and Turner.
Brewster, N.Y.– 3/14/2012– Sheila M. Guida and Marie Turner have both been honored as the Town of Cortlandt’s nominations for the Women of Distinction Hall of Fame, which is being hosted by Senator Greg Ball’s (R, C – Patterson).
Brewster, N.Y. – (3/14/12) -Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) said he strongly opposes legislation (S-675B) that would include micro-stamping in the Senate budget proposal. Microstamping is an outright assault on the Second Amendment, results in a new onerous tax, and involved the expensive and invasive use of laser technology to engrave a microscopic marking onto the tip of the firing pin and onto the breech face of a firearm, so that spent cartridges give information about the firearm.
On Tuesday, March 13th at 7:30 p.m. a representative from Senator Greg Ball’s (R, C – Patterson) office will honor Sheila M. Guida and Marie Turner as the Town of Cortlandt’s nominations for his Women of Distinction Hall of Fame.
Mahopac, N.Y. – (3/5/12) – On Saturday, March 5th, Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) joined Mahopac Boy Scout Troop 1 at their Pancake Breakfast Court of Honor. The ceremony was held at American Legion Post 1080 in Mahopac. Each Boy Scout that was advanced at the ceremony was also presented a State of New York Senate Proclamation from Senator Ball.
Mount Kisco, N.Y. – (3/8/12) – On Thursday, Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) rolled into Mount Kisco, with Team Ball on hand, to meet with residents and to discuss issues and concerns of the Mount Kisco community.