Senator Balls Seeks Three More Hall of Fame Women Nominees in Westchester Reviewed by Momizat on . NEW CASTLE, N.Y. – With his second annual Women of Distinction Hall of Fame coming up in September, Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) still needs nominees NEW CASTLE, N.Y. – With his second annual Women of Distinction Hall of Fame coming up in September, Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) still needs nominees Rating: 0
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Senator Balls Seeks Three More Hall of Fame Women Nominees in Westchester

Senator Balls Seeks Three More Hall of Fame Women Nominees in Westchester

NEW CASTLE, N.Y. – With his second annual Women of Distinction Hall of Fame coming up in September, Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) still needs nominees from Pleasantville, Briarcliff Manor and New Castle.

The Women of Distinction Hall of Fame is designed to honor outstanding women in the 40th Senate District. Every town in the district submits a nomination for the Sept. 8 ceremony at the Putnam County Emergency Services Building.

“The Women of Distinction Hall of Fame was created to honor women that have chosen a path of leadership, living a life of service before self,” Ball said. “I am very excited about the amount of towns, villages, cities and community organizations that will be participating in this annual event. We are still awaiting three final nominations, and I am urging residents that know someone worthy of this honor to contact my office by August 9.”

Ball is asking community members that know a ‘woman of distinction’ in New Castle, Pleasantville or Briarcliff Manor to contact his office with their nomination. Residents can submit their nomination to Ball’s office by Aug. 9 by calling: (845) 279-3773 or emailing kgobins@nysenate.gov.

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