Kelly Myers has been a pioneering force in human services for over 15 years. Graduating Cum Laude from SUNY New Paltz, she has supervised residential programs for people with disabilities and coordinated clinical services. She continuously strives to help those she worked with obtain as much independence as possible.Currently employed by St. Mary of the Snow Church as Coordinator of Religious Education for the parish, Ms. Myers is renown throughout the Saugerties community for her unwavering dedication to service. She has volunteered for numerous organizations, including Clearwater Sloop, Saugerties Historical Society, Stockade Garden Society, Saugerties Farmer’s Market, Habitat for Humanity and the Saugerties Girls’ Community Club to name a few!
I would like to thank Hancock Central School and their students for participating in our Earth Day Poster Competition. In keeping with the theme of our Earth Day Celebration of “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.” We will celebrate and honor Earth Day this year by displaying your work on my website. Also, each participant will receive a certificate acknowledging their participation in the competition. Thank you and don’t forget to “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!”
On Saturday, April 9th, 2011 I attended the 14th Annual Saugerties Boys & Girls Club Spring Fling Auction held at the Rip Van Winkle Country Club in Palenville. Pictured from left to right: Joe Faye, Executive Director, Sue Worthman, President and Diane Stones, Vice President/Secretary.
On Friday, April 8th, I attended a news conference in the City of Middletown announcing that Middletown Community Health Center plans to restore the old O&W Train Station during the next three years. Pictured with me is Mayor Joe DeStefano, Theresa Maloney, CEO of the center and Maria Bruni, Director of Office of Economic & Community Development.