Senator Grisanti recently visited Lake Shore High School for an Earth Day presentation recognizing his support for the Lake Shore Central School District's Energy Education Initiatives. Senator Grisanti was honored with a certificate of appreciation as well as a framed illustration by Alfonso Butlak IV, a senior at Lake Shore High School, which pays tribute to the senator's support of the district. The district has saved more than $180,000 through the Energy Education Program.
Members of the Vietnam Veterans of American Chapter 77 recently presented caps of the five armed services at the “Missing Man Table Ceremony” as the VA marked Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day in Buffalo.
Among those who were honored were Silviu Dan of North Tonawanda and J. Donald Griffin of Cheektowaga, who also received special recognition for their military service from New York State Senator Mark Grisanti.
Pictured from left are Ron Pilozzi of Senator Grisanti’s veterans liaison office; J. Donald Griffin, a ball turret gunner who served during World War II; Silviu Dan, an aerial gunner who served during World War II; and Ron Deschenes of Senator Grisanti’s veterans liaison office.
The New York Coalition for Recreational Fishing recently honored New York State Senator Mark Grisanti for his legislative work that supports the freedoms enjoyed by the many recreational fishermen in New York State.
Senator Mark Grisanti posed with Deputy Chief of Staff Joel Feroleto at the Undy 5000 race, held April 28 at Delaware Park in the City of Buffalo. Senator Grisanti spoke at the first ever Undy 5000 event in Buffalo event and presented a proclamation to Tess Fraser, who was the key person in bringing the Buffalo Undy 5000 to our community. Feroleto ran the 5K in Saturday's event.
Senator Mark Grisanti recently recognized veterans from the 60th Senate District and throughout Western New York, honoring these brave men and women for their dedication to protecting the freedoms we enjoy as Americans.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Metro New York and Western New York today announced it has received a $15,000 donation from One Niagara, LLC and Cataract Tours, both of Niagara Falls. The donation is to help with the foundation’s work in making wishes come true for local children dealing with life-threatening medical conditions.
Senator Mark Grisanti recently met with members of the "MAN UP" (Minorities Allied for the Need to Understand Prostate Cancer) organization at the Cruisin' For A Cure event that was held at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in the City of Buffalo.