United States military veterans will "Stand Down" on Wednesday, August 6 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Connecticut Street Armory, located at 184 Connecticut Street in the City of Buffalo.Information will be available on eligibility information, veteran benefits, health care benefit information, disability benefits, substance abuse prevention, social and family services, educational opportunities, employment opportunities, housing information, VA health care screening and women veterans information.For more information about the event, send an e-mail to email@example.com or call (716) 862-8885.
Saturday, February 1, is “Take Your Child to the Library Day!” Many of the 37 Buffalo & Erie County Public Libraries will be offering family friendly programming, including crafts, games, storytelling and movies. Library Director Mary Jean Jakubowski said “Saturday will be a perfect day to introduce your children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, friends, etc., to the wonderful world of libraries. And, “Take Your Child to the Library Day” is a terrific opportunity to get children the best present ever, a free library card!” In 2012, a children's librarian in Waterford, Connecticut, came up with the idea for “Take Your Child to the Library Day” and selected the first Saturday in February as the annual day of celebration.
Senator Mark Grisanti and the Domestic Violence Taskforce of SUNY Buffalo law school invite you to a join us for a day of remembrance for victims of human trafficking. The day includes a moment of silence and guest speakers on this important issue.For More Information please contact Talia at Senator Grisanti’s office at 716-854-8705 or email TR.firstname.lastname@example.orgClick here to download the flyer for this event.Where?The Newman Center UB North 495 Skinnersville Road Amherst, NY 14228When?January 11th 20142:00-3:30pm
The following is a letter sent to my constituents in the towns of Evans and Brant informing them of a rally scheduled to take place this Saturday, January 11th:
I am sure you have heard recently on the news that Lake Shore Hospital may soon be closed. This situation is of great concern to me because I believe if the facility were to be shut down it would be a terrible blow to our community, specifically for residents of the towns of Brant and Evans, the villages of Farnham and Angola and the many residents who live in Derby, Irving and other surrounding communities.