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Assemblyman Curran Secures Grant For Baldwin Civic Association

Baldwin Civic AssociationAssemblyman Brian Curran recently announced that he has been able to secure a state grant in the amount of $2,500 for the Baldwin Civic Association. The grant will be used to support the organization’s work in the community.

 

“I am always pleased when I can help the organizations that make our community a great place to live,” said Curran. “Securing state funding to help local organizations, municipalities and residents is what government should be about – not squabbling and corruption. I am grateful for the work the Baldwin Civic Association does in our community and I will continue to help it and other local organizations to the best of my ability as our representative in Albany.”

 

“The Baldwin Civic Association is extremely grateful to receive this New York state grant through Assemblyman Brian Curran,” said Baldwin Civic Association President Karen Montalbano. “The money will help support the work of the BCA, especially community events and our beautiful community garden.”

 

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Assemblyman Curran Secures Grant for Local VFW Post 3350

Recently, the Robert F. Garrison VFW Post 3350 made much needed renovations to its kitchen thanks to a $2,500 state grant secured with the help of Assemblyman Brian Curran (Lynbrook – 21st AD).

 

“We’d like to thank Assemblyman Curran for the ongoing support he provides us,” said Stephen Owen, post commander. “The assemblyman’s work to secure this grant made all the difference. Without his help, it would have taken us a great deal longer to raise the funds to refurbish our post kitchen.”

 

“Our veterans have given so much to our local community and our country,” said Curran. “I see any chance I have to help our local veterans groups as an opportunity to give back to them. It was a pleasure helping Commander Owen and the Robert F. Garrison VFW Post and I will continue to work to help them and other local veterans associations.”

 

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