Elba, NY - Senator Ranzenhofer poses for a photo with Assemblyman Steve Hawley after marching in the Elba Onion Festival parade. The Town of Elba, located in Genesee County, is known as the "Onion Capital of the World." Click here for more information about the festival.
Amherst, NY - More than 1,000 residents attend Senator Mike Ranzenhofer's Family Health Fair. The event is co-sponsored by Kaleida Health and the Amherst Senior Center, in conjunction with Assembly members Ray Walter and Jane Corwin.
Photo:Senator Ranzenhofer welcomes attendees to Erie County's Largest Family Health Fair.
Governor Cuomo has signed Senator Ranzenhofer's bill into law, allowing the use of rifles for big game hunting in Genesee County. Last fall, the Genesee County Legislature and the Genesee County Federation of Sportsman Club requested the special legislation.
Photo: Senator Ranzenhofer presents a ceremonial pen certificate to representatives of the Genesee County Federation of Sportsman Club.
Rochester, NY - Senator Ranzenhofer tours one of the residential properties for the HOME Rochester Program. The program allows individuals and families with low and moderate incomes an opportunity to participate in the American Dream through homeownership. Click here for more information.
Rochester, NY - Senator Ranzenhofer tours the Office of Adult & Career Education Services on Hart Street in the city of Rochester. OACES delivers a comprehensive range of career-related services to participants, including academic and workforce development programs. For more information, click here.
Chili, NY - Senator Ranzenhofer and the Greater Rochester Robotics Team at Churchville-Chili School District partner to keep our landfills free of hazardous electronic waste. Part of the proceeds from Senator Ranzenhofer's Electronics Recycling Event will go to the Robotics Team.
Pavilion, NY - Twelfth grade students, in the government classes of Mr. Chrzanowksi and Ms. Battista, ask Senator Ranzenhofer questions about his job as a State Senator and legislative issues, including Common Core, taxes, bullying and the NY Safe Act.