Making Sure Our Voices are Heard: Fundraiser for chair of NYS Energy Committee

  • July 14, 2013 · 4:00 PM
  • Mike Gordon's Home

This gathering is a fundraiser and a barn party. It is family friendly. I don't usually get too involved in politics publicly, but I feel that it's time to make sure our voices are really heard in Albany, and Amy Paulin is truly a special “politician.” You will not only be supporting KatonahGreen, and of course Amy, when you come—you will be supporting someone who can make a big difference for the state:

Amy Paulin, in her fifth term representing the 8th New York State Assembly District, is now Chair of the Energy Committee and in a powerful position to help guide the State’s approach to environmental protection and clean energy. Her emerging body of work in the Energy field builds on her previous leadership positions in areas such as children and families, alcoholism and drug abuse prevention and intervention, and support of people with disabilities.

Amy’s record is one of across the aisle collaboration, coupled with a strong progressive commitment. That combination has allowed her to pass more legislation than 97% of her colleagues. Now, with energy, she’s just getting started!

There are pre-set suggested donation levels, but we've discussed with host Mike Gordon and he says please donate what you can, don't let $$ keep you away. We also need a couple of volunteers and a couple of people to contribute specialty local foods/drink. It will be kid friendly and light food will be served.

Please join Joan Becker, Al Del Bello, Alan Cole, Mike Gordon, Herb Oringel, Peter Parsons, Dan Welsh and myself in honor of Assemblywoman Amy Paulin, Chair, NYS Standing Committee on Energy.

Sunday, July 14, 4-6pm. "Mike's Barn" 121 Post Office Road, South Salem, NY.

For more information call Kim DiTomasso at[masked] or email [masked]

Suggested Donations: _$1,000 Host _$500 Sponsor  _$250 Supporter  _$100 Individual Ticket

 

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  • Flo B.

    Would like to attend but would need a ride.

    July 14, 2013

  • Steve M.

    I will bring a salad from my garden, and fresh picked raspberries and wineberries if they are ripe.

    July 11, 2013

    • Heather

      The fresh fruit sounds great. We are preparing finger foods as this isn't a potluck. Why don't you give me a ring and we'll figure out how to coordinate food! Thanks Steve.

      July 11, 2013

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