Tuesday, November 9th at 11:00, State Assembly Member renews an annual event. For 2021, she presents Governor Kathy and six others with this important award.
The Roosevelt Island Daily News
Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright Presents Governor Kathy Hochul on Nov. 9 with “Exceptional Women in Service Award”
Two day days before Veterans Day, New York State Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright presents the “Exceptional Women in Service Award” to Governor Kathy Hochul during the third annual women in service Veterans Day Tribute Ceremony at the recently rediscovered Overseas Service League Flagstaff and Grove.
The occasion will pay special homage to a few women, including women veterans and volunteers, who have served our country and our local communities. Honorees include Brigadier General Loree Sutton, US Army (Retired); Theresa Tobin, Chief of Interagency Operations, New York Police Department; Michelle Fitzsimmons, Battalion Chief, Fire Department of New York City; Zeita Merchant, Captain, US Coast Guard; Yesenia Mata – Executive Director, La Colmena; Dottie Brier – Disaster Mental Health Volunteer, American Red Cross in Greater NY.
The event is co-organized by the Office of Assemblymember Rebecca Seawright, The Howard Teich Network, The American Red Cross in Greater NY and community partners including the Columbus Citizens Foundation and the Eastside WWI Centennial Commemoration.
- WHAT: Women’s Veterans Day Tribute Ceremony
- WHEN: 11 AM, Tuesday, November 9th
- WHERE: Women’s Overseas Service League
Flagstaff and Grove
E. 69th St. and Fifth Avenue in Central Park.
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