Andrea Barton Reeves (left), President and CEO of HARC, Inc. and Heather Gates (right), President and CEO of Community Health Resources, presented Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz with the 2015 CCAP Community Champion Award at the Hartford Marriott Downtown on Thursday, December 3rd.
(Left to Right) Sergeant Peter Galgano Jr., Co-President of the Connecticut State Veterans Memorial Board of Directors, Congressman John Larson and House Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz at the opening of the Connecticut State Veterans Memorial in Hartford, which pays tribute to the more than 1.3 million U.S. military veterans from Connecticut.
(Left to right) Merrill Gay, Executive Director of the Connecticut Early Childhood Alliance, Sal and Kayla, both students at the Griffin Child Development Center, presenting Joe Aresimowicz with the 2015 Children’s Champion Award at the Griffin Child Development Center in Southington.
(Left to Right) Alice Mitchell, Executive Director of the Berlin High School Upbeat Peer Leadership Program, Abigail Jewett, Regional Vice President, AT&T Connecticut, Berlin High School Students Andrew Bosco, Angie Perrone, Emily Gombotz and Matt Barden, Francis Kennedy Jr., Principal of Berlin High School, and Joe Aresimowicz, at Berlin High School.
Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz has been named a “Children’s Champion” by the Connecticut Early Childhood Alliance for making Connecticut’s young children and their families a priority during the 2014 legislative session.
Rep. Aresimowicz's visit was part of the school's participation in "Read Across America," a nationwide reading celebration that takes place annually during the week of Dr. Suess's Birthday.
Rep. Aresimowicz unveiled a jobs and small business agenda today, focusing on employment and job training, cutting red tape, and growing new markets by establishing social benefit corporations.
"I want to thank the Southington Senior Citizens Commission for all their hard work and dedication. I'm especially grateful that they raised this issue with me. I'm so pleased that after a late November meeting about Calendar House that I was able to expedite their request—and the funding for Southington's seniors is now available." – House Majority Joe Aresimowicz
Berlin’s Chet Haber with Rep. Aresimowicz at the Bond Commission meeting where $1.5 million was approved for fire training schools. Rep. Aresimowicz has been working with Chet for the past few years to secure state funding for much needed upgrades at the schools.
Rep. Aresimowicz cutting the ribbon to ESPN's new Welcome Center in Southington—ESPN's first building in town. The 5,600 square foot building will serve as the new access point for visitors to ESPN.