“I congratulate Terry and Kim Pegula on their successful bid for the Buffalo Bills. I join Bills fans everywhere in celebrating the purchase of the team by someone with ties to western New York and an interest in keeping the Bills where they belong, in Buffalo.
Senator Patrick M. Gallivan (R-C-I, Elma) is teaming up with Sunnking, Time Warner Cable and the East Leads student organization at West Seneca East High School for an electronics recycling event on Saturday, September 27. Residents can drop-off and properly dispose of electronic devices free of charge between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at the school at 4760 Seneca Street. Those dropping off items should enter the school from Center Street.
Farms and businesses across Western New York are opening their doors, issuing a heartfelt invitation to sample the abundant bounty and natural beauty found in New York's growing venture - agritourism. Agritourism is the intersection of agriculture and tourism, a heady mix of farms, markets, people, livestock and the culture of growing food, guaranteed to entertain people of all ages. Whether you're looking for an authentic farm experience, a pastoral setting to pick strawberries or ride horses, or scary twists and turns in a Halloween corn maze, it can all be found right here in your own backyard.
SENATOR GALLIVAN SPONSORS WYOMING COUNTY BLOOD DRIVE
Senator Patrick M. Gallivan (R-C-I, Elma) will serve as Honorary Chairman of the Wyoming County Community Blood Drive on July 23. Unyts will collect blood donations between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. at Wyoming County Community Hospital at 400 North Main Street in Warsaw.
The debate on whether New York State should authorize the use of medical marihuana has been extensive and often emotional. After hearing from constituents, medical experts and reviewing the latest research, I now believe that limited use of marihuana for seriously ill patients under a doctor’s care is justified and warranted.
Frank Hollister of Warsaw, New York, began his service in the United StatesArmy on September 11, 1969. He proudly served through September 1971, but his commitment and dedication to his community and his fellow veterans continues today.
Sheila Meegan is a lifelong resident of West Seneca, who has devoted countless hours to her community throughout her life. Ms. Meegan has been involved with a number of community organizations including the West Seneca Parent Teacher Organization, West Seneca Youth Hockey, Queen of Heaven Carnival, Relay for Life and The United Way, to name a few! Ms. Meegan was also a dedicated Catholic Catechist at Queen of Heaven and St. John Vianney Parishes for 23 years.