John J. Bonacic's posts related to Youth

Senator Bonacic Discussing Issues with OCFS Youth Facilities - 5/26/10

New York State Senator John J. Bonacic (R/I/C - Mt. Hope) discussing recent issues with youth facilities run by the Office of Children and Family Services under the leadership of Commisssioner Gladys CarriĆ³n.

ELLENVILLE NAACP's ANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL-STAY IN SCHOOL PICNIC & RALLY

On Saturday, August 14th I attended the Ellenville NAACP's Annual Back to School-Stay in School Picnic & Rally held at Berme Park, Ellenville.
Pictured from L to R: Lee Constantino, Tanya Williams, Lisa Wiles, myself, Tamara Norman, Demetra Moody, James Anthony and Kazu Bernstein.

Jillian Dolce, an 8th grade student from Minisink Valley Middle School visited Senator Bonacic to discuss her Not-for-Profit, "One Step at a Time, Inc."

On Wednesday, July 27th, 2011, Jillian Dolce an 8th grade student from Minisink Valley Middle School visited Senator Bonacic to discuss her Not-for-Profit organization, One Step at a Time, Inc."  Jillian started her nonprofit organization last year while organizing a walk for Lymphoma Research in honor of one of her teachers.  Jillian was able to rais over $16,000.00, all of which was donated to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center for Lymphoma Research.

Jillian is currently organizing her 2nd Annual Walk for Lymphoma to be held on September 25th, 2011 in Shannon Park, Slate Hill, N.Y.  All proceeds will benefit Memorial Sloan-Kettering Center for Lymphoma Research.

Senator Bonacic Presents NYS Senate Resolutions to New Eagle Scouts in Warwick

Senator Bonacic presented New York State Senate Resolutions to these five new Eagle Scouts at ceremonies held in Warwick, NY. The Eagle Scouts are Kyle Sarbak, Eric and Luke Segota, Tom Van Duynhoven, and Logan Vero of Boy Scout Troop #45. 

Senator Bonacic Presents NYS Senate Certificates to the 2014 Orange County Youth Bureau Award Honorees

Senator Bonacic spoke at the 2014 Orange County Youth Bureau Annual Awards Luncheon on May 30, 2014 and presented New York State Senate certificates to the honorees who have a positive influence on the communities throughout Orange County.