Senator Ranzenhofer speaks at a Buffalo Niagara Partnership press conference, announcing a Buy Local Challenge to encourage businesses to purchase a product or service from a new vendor within the Buffalo Niagara region in 2013.
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Amherst, N.Y. - State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer addresses business and community leaders at the Amherst Chamber of Commerce's Annual Luncheon. Senator Ranzenhofer served as inductor for the Chamber's 2013 Board of Directors and Officers.
Batavia, N.Y. - State Assemblyman Steve Hawley administers the oath of office to State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer at the Old Genesee County Courthouse for a third term representing the 61st district in the New York State Senate.
The 61st Senate District encompasses: the Towns of Amherst, Clarence, and Newstead and the Villages of Akron and Williamsville in Erie County; all of Genesee County, and the Towns of Chili and Riga, the Village of Churchville and part of the City of Rochester in Monroe County.
Williamsville, NY - Senator Ranzenhofer honored Glen Park Tavern with a Proclamation for its 125th Anniversary. The Glenn Park Tavern is one of only forty restaurants in the State of New York that is registered as a tavern. It also is a member of the National and New York State Restaurant Association.
LeRoy, NY - The Le Roy Central School District offered Senator Michael Ranzenhofer their sincere thanks and appreciation for the support he provided the district this past year. The Senator worked with the district to secure some additional funding to help defray unanticipated costs incurred by the district as a result of significant environmental testing. Picture: (from left to right) Kim Cox, Superintendent of Schools; Donald Hobart, Le Roy School Board President; and Senator Ranzenhofer.
The New York State Ophthalmological Society has presented its 2012 Outstanding Legislator Award to Senator Ranzenhofer for his commitment to the preservation of quality medical eye care for all New Yorkers. Senator Ranzenhofer received the award at a dinner for the Buffalo Ophthalmological Society.
Batava, N.Y. - Senator Ranzenhofer joins Alpina Foods' leadership, Empire State Development Corporation CEO Ken Adams, and other elected officials for a ground-breaking ceremony at the company's first manufacturing facility in the United States. The $20 million factory currently employes 30 people, with another 20 more jobs expected in the next few months.
A student of UB School of Pharmacy checks Senator Ranzenhofer's blood pressue at the 2012 Family Health Fair. The UB School of Pharmacy provided blood pressure checks and precription reviews for participants at Senator Ranzenhofer's Family Health Fair.