If you haven’t already RSVPed, please join me at my 50th Birthday celebration on Sunday, June 2nd. You can reserve a ticket online or download the invitation as a PDF. This will be the main fundraiser for my reelection campaign, and I am very grateful for the contributions of friends and neighbors. Hope to see you there!
I turn 50 later this year. Hooray(?)
To celebrate this milestone birthday, I am having a party on June 2nd, which will also serve as the main fundraiser for my reelection campaign. Please come.
Catie and I hope to see you on June 2nd. Thanks for celebrating with me.
So, I am turning 50 later this year. No plans, as of yet, to buy a motorcycle, get a tattoo, or otherwise rebel against midlife. But I am having a party on Sunday, June 2nd at noon, and you’re invited. Here are the details. Please save the date.
The party will also serve as the main fundraiser to benefit my reelection campaign. (The Mayor and City Council are all up for election this year in New Rochelle — much more about that in the months ahead.)
A complete invitation will follow this spring. Or you can reserve an advance ticket here. Hope to see you on June 2nd, and thanks for helping me celebrate the big 5-0!
Catie, Owen and I helped assemble literacy kits this morning, as part of Volunteer New York’s MLK Day of Service. Great to see so many parents and kids pitching in and enjoying service to neighbors. My arts & crafts skills, however, definitely need improvement!
Catie and I are making the switch this year from printed holiday cards to an e-card. A lot less paper, so a little more green, but the same sincere good wishes from our whole family. May the season bring you joy and may 2019 be a year of peace, health and happiness.
For more than two decades, I had the great privilege of working for Congresswoman Nita Lowey, a principled, effective, and dynamic public servant who is rightly beloved throughout Westchester and the Hudson Valley. She was and is a great boss, a great teacher, and a great example.
Last week, several dozen former staff members (including many who have gone on to their own very impressive public and private sector careers) got together for a reunion of sorts in Washington, DC to celebrate Nita’s 30 years in Congress. It is a mark of the loyalty and affection Nita has earned that so many of us made the trip to be there.
As much as Nita has already accomplished, she is poised to do even more in the next Congress as the Chair of the Appropriations Committee in a Democratic House (fingers crossed.)