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RITCHIE’S “WOMEN OF DISTINCTION” DISPLAY MOVES TO PULASKI PUBLIC LIBRARY

Invites People to Learn About Women’s History in New York State

State Senator Patty Ritchie has announced her “Women of Distinction” exhibit is now on display at the Pulaski Public Library, located at  4917 North Jefferson St. in Pulaski.  The display is available for viewing during regular library hours.   

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RITCHIE GETS AN ‘A’ FROM NEW YORKERS FOR BETTER LIBRARIES

Group Ranks State Lawmakers on Support for Library Specific Legislation

State Senator Patty Ritchie has received an ‘A’ in a ranking of state lawmakers by New Yorkers for Better Libraries. 

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RITCHIE CELEBRATES THE ARTS AT 64TH ANNUAL FALL ARTS SHOW

State Senator Patty Ritchie recently attended the North Country Arts Council’s 64th Annual Fall Arts Show in Watertown.

Artwork on display for the event is available for viewing at the Dulles State Office Building in Watertown during normal business hours through November 17th. 

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RITCHIE INVITES STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN ‘THANKSGIVING DAY CREATIVE CELEBRATION’

Asks young artists, writers: “What are you thankful for this year?”

State Senator Patty Ritchie is inviting students in Central and Northern New York to put their art and writing skills to work for the New York State Senate’s “Thanksgiving Day Creative Celebration."

To participate in the program, students in grades K-6 must submit a one-page essay, original poem or artwork (8 ½ x 11 inches) that answers the question “What are you thankful for this year?”

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NEW ARTWORK FEATURED IN RITCHIE LOCAL ARTIST PROGRAM

“Senator Patty Ritchie Celebrates Local Artists” Continues, Seeks New Participants

Three new local artists are being featured in State Senator Patty Ritchie’s Oswego, Jefferson and St. Lawrence County offices as part of the Senator’s effort to highlight local creative talent. 

“From the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario to the many historic buildings and landmarks that dot our region, Central and Northern New York are truly beautiful places,” said Senator Ritchie.  “What many people don’t realize though, is that there are so many talented, local artists capturing that beauty and creating world-class, unique designs inspired by where we live.” 

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92 YEAR-OLD ARTIST MARIE INGALSBE CELEBRATES A LIFETIME OF ART WITH SENATOR RITCHIE


Award-Winning Artist one of Dozens Taking Part in

Ritchie’s Effort to Highlight Local Artists

 92 year-old artist Marie (“Ree”) Ingalsbe visited the Watertown office of State Senator Patty Ritchie recently, to show the Senator photos of her more than 100 original pieces of art.

Mrs. Ingalsbe is one of  more than a dozen from Central and Northern New York participating in “Senator Patty Ritchie Celebrates Local Artists,” an initiative to highlight local creative talent which launched last March. 

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RITCHIE RENAMED TO SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES

Renews Commitment to Supporting Libraries, Expanding Opportunities for Taxpayers

State Senator Patty Ritchie has announced she has been renamed to the Senate Select Committee on Libraries, a panel charged with looking for ways to support the future of public libraries in New York State.

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RITCHIE SEEKS NOMINATIONS FOR 2013 “WOMEN OF DISTINCTION”

Friends, Family Members and Co-workers Invited to Make Nominations Through April 5th

State Senator Patty Ritchie is now accepting nominations for the New York State Senate’s 2013 “Women of Distinction” program. 

The program honors women’s history in the Empire State by recognizing outstanding leaders and everyday citizens from the present who are making a difference.

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RITCHIE, LIBRARY OFFICIALS MEET, DISCUSS WAYS TO SUPPORT PUBLIC LIBRARIES IN NNY

State Senator Patty Ritchie met this week with representatives of Northern New York libraries from Jefferson and St. Lawrence Counties.

Senator Ritchie was recently reappointed to serve on the Senate Select Committee on Libraries; a panel charged with looking for ways to support the future of public libraries in New York State.

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RITCHIE HONORS LONGTIME LIBRARY VOLUNTEER

State Senator Patty Ritchie recently visited the Pulaski Public Library, where she presented longtime library volunteer Edith Marie Switzer Cox with a proclamation for her service to the community.

Edith is 93 years old and has volunteered at the Pulaski Public Library for 50 years; working behind the scenes two days every week to help the library become an educational and cultural center.  

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