Ovid - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently spoke before members of the Seneca County Federation of Sportsmen's Club where he honored Dieter Kraemer with a special New York State Resolution he enacted to recognized Dieter's 36 years of State service in both the Department of Corrections and the Department of Environmental Conservation.
Williamson - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently spoke to members of the Pultneyville Fire Company at their annual banquet and expressed his deep gratitude for the service they provide to the local community.
Pictured left to right are: Senator Mike Nozzolio; Jordan Szklany, Firefighter of the Year; and Pete Willis, Chief of Pultneyville Fire Company.
Auburn - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently participated in the official opening of the Child Advocacy Center of Cayuga County which will provide counseling services to children who have been the victims of sexual and physical abuse. Senator Nozzolio has been an outspoken proponent of victim’s rights and was instrumental in securing the necessary state funding to establish the Center.
Sodus - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently spoke to members of the Wallington Fire Company where he paid special tribute to several firefighters for their outstanding community service. Ken Kelsey was recognized with the Top Training Hours Award after completing over 157 hours of training. Senator Nozzolio also presented special New York State flags that have been flown over the State Capitol to Commissioner Ken Eastley for 46 years of service and to Chief Fred Burkhard for 35 years.
Geneva - Senator Mike Nozzolio continued his long standing support for the Geneva Boys and Girls Club by participating in their annual “Bowl for the Club” event.
Pictured left to right with Senator Nozzolio are members of the Boys and Girls Club Board of Directors: John Blume, Kelly Mittiga, Michael D’Amico, Michael Bersani, Senator Mike Nozzolio, Sandra Ansley, Howard Jeannette, Sage Gerling, and Richard Thomas.
Continuing in his long-standing efforts in support of sportsmen’s rights, Senator Nozzolio recently met with Wayne County Federation of Sportsmen member Dan Gilmore of Palmyra to discuss hunting and sportsmen issues in Upstate New York. Mr.
Albany- Senator Mike Nozzolio was shadowed today at the State Capitol by Peter Henry of Geneva. Peter is a senior at Geneva High School and visited Albany as part of the 10th Annual Students Inside Albany conference, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of New
Continuing his aggressive efforts to strengthen victim services and raise awareness of domestic violence, Senator Nozzolio recently met with members of the Victim Resource Center of the Finger Lakes. The members discussed with Senator Nozzolio ways to preserve services, promote safety and protect the rights of domestic violence victims.
Senator Nozzolio recently congratulated Special Olympics ice skater Peter Dailey of Webster on winning the bronze medal in the Special Olympics World Winter Games and the gold in the New York State Special Olympics. Peter, who also plays basketball and soccer, met with Senator Nozzolio to discuss ways of supporting and providing opportunity to individuals with disabilities.
Lyons - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently met with members of the Wayne County Board of Supervisors, Wayne County officials and corrections officers from the Butler Correctional Facility to discuss Governor Paterson's plans to close the Butler prison by January 2011. Members of the group presented Senator Nozzolio with a petition objecting to the closure and signed by nearly 250 Wayne County residents. The petition will be forwarded to Governor Paterson and Brian Fischer, Commissioner of the New York State Department of Corrections.
Port Gibson - Senator Mike Nozzolio was recently named as a Honorary Member of the Port Gibson Volunteer Fire Department in recognition of his dedication and support of the Department and their work in the community.
Members of the Port Gibson Department pictured from left to right are: Pauline DeCook, Secretary; Scott DeCook, Fire Chief; Senator Mike Nozzolio; John Wood, President; Doug Wilcox, 2nd Assistant Chief; Cheryl Sanders; and Lee Sanders, 1st Assistant Chief.
Rochester - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently attended the 2010 FIRST Robotics Finger Lakes Regional Competition at the Rochester Institute of Technology where he congratulated members of the SPARX team of Webster as they awaited the start of their 2nd quarterfinal match.
As part of his efforts to ensure that New York’s apple growers remain a vital part of our State economy, Senator Nozzolio recently met with members of the New York State Apple Association to discuss measures for supporting this valued part of Upstate’s agricultural industry.
Senator Nozzolio recently met with members of the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester to discuss ways to improve access to critical medication for breast cancer patients. Joining the coalition was Rochester Razorsharks player Marlin Johnson, who visited Albany to advocate for supporting breast cancer treatment programs.
Fairville - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently spoke at the Fairville Fire Department's annual dinner where he was awarded an Honorary Membership in recognition of his continued support to the Department. In addition to an official Certificate of Membership, Senator Nozzolio also received a pin and shirt bearing the Department's insignia.
Pictured left to right are: Doug Hares, Fairville Fire Department President; Senator Nozzolio; and William Wood, Fire Department Chief.
Webster - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently recognized the recipients of the annual Webster Police 1000 Club “Making a Difference” awards presented to deserving Webster high school students.
Pictured left to right are: Sean Walsh, President of the Webster 1000 Club; Rebecca Vanderwall, Webster Thomas student; Senator Nozzolio; Zach Bell, and Valerie Mundt, Webster Christian students; and Officer Pete Scorsone, "Making a Difference" facilitator.
Senator Nozzolio recently met with members of the Child Care Council, a not-for-profit agency that provides information, training, and resources to child care providers and parents in Wayne, Monroe and Livingston counties.