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Friday, September 21, 2012 at 11:09 am

Photos: Genesee County Bar Association, Ranzenhofer and Hawley

Genesee County lawyers gathered for a photo shoot on the Old Courthouse steps Thursday. This was to conclude the ceremony celebrating the Genesee County Bar Association's 100th Anniversary.

In attendance were Sen. Michael Ranzenhofer (who joined the lawyers in the photo), Assemblyman Stephen Hawley, Genesee County Legislature Chairperson Mary Pat Hancock and professionals from the justice system at the state level.

Hawley and Ranzenhofer presented the proclamation to GCBA President Durin B. Rogers (middle).

Here are some closer views of the lawyers who attended:

For more information on GCBA, visit their Web site: www.gcbany.com.

Thursday, July 5, 2012 at 4:56 pm

Assemblyman Hawley's monthly outreach to be held at Stafford Town Hall

Assemblyman Stephen Hawley, R-Batavia, invites concerned local citizens to his monthly outreach meeting at the Stafford Town Hall, at 8903 Route 237, on Tuesday, July 10.

The meeting will last from 4:30 until 6 pm. All who wish to share their two cents about what the government can do for Genesee County are encouraged to attend.

For more information, e-mail Hawley at [email protected].

 

Wednesday, November 30, 2011 at 5:52 pm

Families, friends of Vietnam vets urged to send photos for new Washington center

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Press release:

Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R, I, C – Batavia) is encouraging family and friends of Vietnam veterans to submit photos of their loved ones to The Education Center, which is being constructed in Washington, D.C.

The facility will feature photos of veterans whose names appear on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, attaching a face and story to the names of the courageous heroes that make up the wall.

“We must all do our part to tell the tale of each and every brave soul whose name is featured on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall so that future generations can honor and appreciate their sacrifice,” Hawley said.

“The Education Center being built in Washington will serve as both an informational and somber tribute to our Vietnam veterans and their place as heroes in American history. With so many courageous soldiers hailing from Western New York, I know our community and region will be well represented when The Education Center opens its doors.”

For more information about The Education Center, please visit http://buildthecenter.org/, or contact the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund at (202) 393-0090.

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