Assemblyman Chuck Lavine was excited to attend the annual Fall Fair at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in Plainview this past Saturday. The Fall Fair is a great chance for Chuck to speak directly with his constituents in Assembly District 13. Chuck believes this type of open, face-to-face interaction between citizens and their representatives is crucial to reforming the way politics is practiced in Albany, and beyond. Also, anyone who knows Chuck can attest to the enjoyment and satisfaction he gets from meeting new friends and listening to their stories.
Assemblyman Chuck Lavine today attended the grand opening of the Claire Friedlander Education Institute at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County in Glen Cove. The Education Institute is a new addition to the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center intended to strengthen the Center's educational mission through increased programming. Chuck was pleased he could be at the event to show his support for the Center.Read more
Assemblyman Chuck Lavine began his weekend at the Annual Fall Cleanup of Debris Washed Ashore event in Oyster Bay. The event, held in recognition of International Coastal Cleanup Saturday, aimed to draw out the North Shore community in a concerted effort to clean a number of beaches in/around Oyster Bay. Assemblyman Lavine was joined at the event by Governor Andrew Cuomo and Congressman Steve Israel, in a great show of support for the preservation of the North Shore's coastline.
On Saturday, September 13, Assemblyman Chuck Lavine welcomed friends, family, and distinguished guests to his new campaign headquarters in Glen Cove for an official campaign launch, in support of Lavine's re-election, Bruce Kennedy for State Senate, Teri Moschetta for City Council, and Tim Tenke for District Judge.