Brooklyn Conservatives Turn Out to Honor Local Civic Leader Laurie Windsor at Annual Brunch

Brooklyn Conservatives, elected officials Senator Marty Golden, Congressman Michael Grimm, Councilman David Greenfield and prospective candidates, joined the Party and friends as the Ronald Reagan Americanism Award was presented to Laurie Windsor, who is an exceptional and dedicated volunteer for education and other aspects of the community. Attendees were treated to an address and Q&A session with keynote speaker Nicole Gelinas of the Manhattan Institute, WSJ and NYP to name a few of the outlets carrying her articles and commentary.  A special unveiling of a plaque to hang proudly at Conservative Party Headquarters in memory of Conservative Party activist and pioneer Helen Parisette took place with Helen’s daughter and son-in-law present.  State Party Chairman Mike Long shared stories of the City Council and State affairs and confirmed he personally is backing Rob Astorino for Governor.

A reminder that up and coming will be the annual commemoration of memorial day and raising of the POW/MIA flags at the liberty poles at 81st Street and Shore Road and in Leif Erickson Park. Mark your Calendars to join us on May 26th.

Laurie Windsor- 2014 recipient of the Ronald Reagan Americanism Award with County Vice Chair Fran Vella-Marrone and Chairman Jerry Kassar

NYS Senator Martin Golden with Proclamation for Laurie Windsor

Congressman Michael Grimm (R-C 11 CD) presented proclamation to Laurie Windsor

County Chairman Kassar unveiled plaque to hang at Conservative Party Headquarters in memory of Helen D. Parisette, Conservative Party Activist from inception in 1962 through 2012. w/Helen's daughter Dorothy, State Chairman Mike Long, and County Vice Chair and State Treasurer Fran Vella-Marrone

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