Monticello Board of Trustees to Observe Black History Month by Recognizing Local Public Servants, Activists, and Volunteers
The Village of Monticello
Village events committee members
Trustee Carmen Rue
Trustee Larissa Bennett
For Immediate Release
MEDIA COVERAGE REQUESTED
Written: February 11, 2015
Five Sullivan residents to be recognized at Monticello board meeting
In recognition of Black History Month, five local residents will be presented certificates of recognition on behalf of Governor Andrew Cuomo and proclamations from Senator John Bonacic and Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther, Congressman Chris Gibson and the Village of Monticello Board of Trustees at the Tuesday, February 17th meeting village board, beginning at 7:00 PM at Monticello Village Hall, 2 Pleasant Street, Monticello.
Presentations will be made by Village events committee members Trustee Carmen Rue and Trustee Larissa Bennett and members of the Monticello Village Board to the following Sullivan County residents:
Sgt. Jason Corley and Det. Michael Davis of the Village of Monticello Police Department, community activists Elaine Williams, Janette Williams, and Debbie Allen, each of whom has made numerous vital contributions to the Monticello community, and are each worthy of this recognition.
The public is invited to attend. For further information, please call:
Trustee Carmen Rue at 845-323-9611 or
Trustee Larissa Bennett at 845-665-2287