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SENATOR BONACIC ATTENDS BLOOMINGBURG FIRE COMPANY'S ANNUAL INSTALLATION DINNER AND 80TH ANNIVERSARY DINNER DANCE

Senator Bonacic was pleased to join local volunteer firefighters, and celebrate their service to the community at a dinner this past Saturday. Bonacic attended the Bloomingburg Fire Company’s Annual Installation and 80th Anniversary Dinner Dance, and presented certificates to members of the company to honor their service. The function served as a thank you to the firefighters, and a reminder of the critical role that volunteer fire companies have in our community.

April 27, 2015
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SENATOR BONACIC ATTENDS HUGUENOT FIRE COMPANY'S ANNUAL DINNER DANCE

Senator Bonacic was pleased to join local volunteer firefighters, and celebrate their service to the community at a dinner this past Saturday. Bonacic attended the Huguenot Fire Company’s Annual Dinner Dance and presented certificates to members of the company to honor their service. The function served as a thank you to the firefighters, and a reminder of the critical role that volunteer fire companies have in our community.

April 27, 2015
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SENATOR BONACIC MEETS WITH NYS VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE AND RESCUE ASSOCIATION

Senator Bonacic met with representatives from the NYS Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue Association in his Albany office. The focus of the meeting centered on the issues that these first responders face on a daily basis, as well as legislation affecting the Association. 

Pictured with Senator Bonacic are (L-R), Aidon O’Connor Jr. and Edward Hillenbrand, both from the NYS Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue Association.

April 27, 2015
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BONACIC ATTENDS GROUND BREAKING AT PILLER USA, INC'S NEW FACILITY IN THE TOWN OF WALLKILL

Senator Bonacic joined local business leaders and elected officials this morning for a chilly, but enthusiastic ground breaking ceremony for Piller USA, Inc’s new facility in the Town of Wallkill. Currently, Piller operates a facility in the Town, but this new location will help better serve the needs of their customers and the employees of the company. Piller is a global electric equipment manufacturer, and the Town of Wallkill is their only location in the United States.

April 24, 2015
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BONACIC ATTENDS ANNUAL DONOR RECEPTION FOR ORANGE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

Senator  Bonacic was pleased to join friends and neighbors at the Orange Regional Medical Center (ORMC) Foundation’s Annual Donor Reception held at The Fountains at Wallkill Golf Club in the Town of Wallkill on April 23. The annual reception is held every year as a way to celebrate those who have contributed financial resources to help make ORMC a state of the art medical facility, and an economic driver for the Hudson Valley region.

April 24, 2015
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BONACIC MEETS WITH ANIMAL RIGHTS ADVOCATES

Senator Bonacic met with animal rights advocates in his Albany office today to discuss pending legislation and issues affecting animals in New York State.

Pictured from L-R are, Marlon Baksh of the ASPCA, Victoria Shade, Esq. of the Shade Law Firm, and Jenny Ripka, a self-employed Veterinarian, all of whom are constituents.

 

April 22, 2015
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Senator Bonacic meets with the International Fragrance Association

Senator Bonacic  met with representatives from the International Fragrance Association today, April 22nd, in his Albany office. The topic of discussion focused on the role that the industry plays in New York State and the 42nd Senate District. One of the meetings participants was Kelli Heinz, who works for Bell Flavors and Fragrances in Middletown, NY.

April 22, 2015
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Senator Bonacic Meets With New York Association of Licensed Midwives

Senator Bonacic (R/C/I-Mt. Hope) had a productive discussion with the New York State Association of Licensed Midwives (NYSALM) today, April 21, in his Albany office. This conversation focused on legislation affecting midwives, access to high quality low cost maternity care, as well as the important role midwives play in the care of infants and mothers.

April 21, 2015
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Senator Bonacic Welsomes Nurses and Students to Albany

Senator  Bonacic met with nurses and students in his Albany office today as part of the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) Lobby Day.  The most important issue discussed was safe staffing in hospitals. The conversation also focused on the practice of nursing, and the vital role that nurses and students play in our everyday lives.

 

 

April 21, 2015
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Event at 5 Spoke Creamery in Goshen

On Monday April 13, a representative from Senator Bonacic's office attended an event hosted by the Energy Improvement Corporation (EIC) of New York. The EIC administers the Energize NY Program, which supports conservation, and renewable energy projects for commercial enterprises. The event was held at 5 Spoke Creamery, a dairy farm in Goshen, NY. With the help of the Energize NY program, 5 Spoke Creamery was able to install almost 200 solar panels on the property to help reduce the cost of operating the farm.

April 14, 2015
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Senator Bonacic Congratulates John P. Melville on Confirmation as Commissioner of NYS Homeland Security and Emergency Services

(Albany, NY)- Senator Bonacic is pleased to announce that Goshen, NY resident, John P. Melville has been confirmed as the Commissioner of the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services, by the New York State Senate. Prior to his confirmation, Melville served as a sworn member of the New York State Police for 31 years. He served as a Major in Troop F and Troop NYC, coordinating the State Police’s response to the September 11th terrorist attacks.

March 30, 2015
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Bonacic Attends Annual Pulaski Fire Company Pancake Breakfast

Senator Bonacic was pleased to attend the annual Pulaski Fire Company’s pancake breakfast in Pine Island, NY this past Sunday. Not only does the Pulaski Fire Company do a tremendous job in serving their community, they also do a great job serving up a delicious breakfast. The event was an opportunity for neighbors to come out and enjoy a tasty meal while supporting the men and women of the fire company.

 

 

March 30, 2015
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Greenwood Lake Middle School Choir Performs in Albany

Senator John J. Bonacic (R/C/I-Mt. Hope) welcomed the Greenwood Lake Middle School Choir to Albany, today, as part of the 43rd Annual “Music in Our Schools Month.” The choir, under the direction of Music Director Laura Kroll, sang beautifully, performing a mix of old and new songs.

Senator Bonacic is pictured with the Greenwood Lake Middle School Choir in Albany. Directly to Bonacic’s right is Music Director Laura Kroll.

 

March 26, 2015
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Senator Bonacic greets students from Orange County who were visiting Albany on a school trip.

Senator Bonacic met with an impressive group of young Orange County students from the Leptondale School today, who were visiting Albany on a field trip. As part of the trip, the children and their chaperones took a tour of the New York State Museum, where they learned more about the history of the State.

Pictured with Senator Bonacic are (L-R, back row) Joseph Coleman and chaperones Keri Brewer and Courtney Canfield-Greene. The students in the front row are 4th graders from the Leptondale School.

March 25, 2015
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Senator Bonacic meets with members of the Sullivan County Veteran's Coalition

Senator Bonacic met with members of the Sullivan County Veteran's Coalition at the Annual Sullivan County Catskills Sportsmen and Outdoor Recreation Expo

March 23, 2015
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Senator Bonacic Visits the Annual Sullivan County Catskills Sportsmen and Outdoor Recreation Expo

Senator Bonacic is pictured with members of the Federation of Sportsmen's Club s of Sullivan County.

March 23, 2015
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Senator Bonacic Enjoys Delicious Pancakes Served by The Kiwanis Club of Middletown

Senator Bonacic joined members of the community at the Middletown Kiwanis’ annual pancake breakfast held at Middletown High School this past Saturday.  The Kiwanis Club did a tremendous job in keeping up with the demand, as many members of the community came out to enjoy the breakfast. The Kiwanis Club of Middletown has been hosting their annual pancake breakfast for over 50 years. Every year, the breakfast serves as an opportunity for neighbors to come together and visit with members  of the Kiwanis Club, while enjoying a delicious pancake breakfast, and supporting a great organization.

March 23, 2015
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Babe Ruth’s Grandson Visits Albany

While he may not have 714 career home runs and have called his shot in the in 1932 World Series at Wrigley Field, it was still a treat to meet Tom Stevens, Babe Ruth’s Grandson, in my Albany Office this past week. Tom was in Albany to discuss legislation that would provide for a “right of publicity” for deceased personalities, which would safeguard the significant contributions of deceased individuals like Babe Ruth.  Not only did Tom and I discuss the legislation, but as two Yankees fans, we had a great conversation about their chances of winning the pennant this year.

March 20, 2015
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4th Annual Fort Drum Day

This past week, the New York State Senate hosted service members from Fort Drum as part of the annual Fort Drum Day in Albany. The event – which is in its 4th consecutive year – celebrated Fort Drum and its contributions to the state and our nation. Fort Drum is home to 18,000 soldiers and officers and is located in Jefferson County, NY. It is the largest military installation in the Northeastern United States. The Fort Drum contingent visiting Albany was lead by Major General Stephen Townsend, Commander of the 10th Mountain Division and Fort Drum.

March 20, 2015
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Kidney Disease -- Early Detection Important

Today, March 18, Senator Bonacic participated in a health screening, in Albany, hosted by the Northeast Kidney Foundation. The kidney health screening is free and serves as an early intervention program that identifies individuals at increased risk for kidney disease and those who are in early stages of the disease. It is vitally important to take advantage of free screenings like this, because, if caught early, the progression of kidney disease can be slowed dramatically. Chronic kidney disease affects 26 million nationwide, with 59% of our population at risk.

March 18, 2015
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