Senator Martins Congratulates Roslyn Student for Earning First Place in Senate’s Earth Day Poster Contest

Jack M. Martins

May 19, 2014

     Senator Jack M. Martins (R-7th Senate District) recently visited East Hills Elementary School in Roslyn to congratulate 2nd grade student Emma Pnini on being chosen as a first place winner in the Senate’s Earth Day Poster Contest.

     Emma’s entry focused on the importance of “reducing, reusing, and recycling” in order to protect the environment. As a first place winner, Emma’s poster was displayed in the State Legislative Office Building in Albany along with those of the other winners from across the state.

     Senator Martins is pictured with Emma Pnini and her first place entry in the Senate's Earth Fay Poster Contest.  They are joined by (l-r) Science Teacher Noreen Naughton, Principal Melissa Krieger, and Art Teacher Maria Favara.