January 21, 2022

HMM 01 – 20 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Mark Dunlea talking with Jasmine Gripper, Executive Director of the Alliance for Quality Education, about Governor Hochul’s proposed budget for children and families.
Then, Willie Terry takes us on-site at a recent open House sponsored by Catholic Charities and the Capital District Area Labor Federation to honor their food distribution volunteers.
Later on, Elizabeth Press and Dr. Ariela Zamcheck, the Associate Director of Student Health at RPI, discuss COVID-related issues, including the increase in cases.
After that, Andrea Cunliffe turns her spotlight on fellow HMM volunteer Mark Dunlea to get his insight on environmental issues and peace initiatives.
Finally, Jody Cowan presents his second report from Troy’s recent Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King celebration, with excerpts from speaker Reverend Terry Melvin and the emcee Deacon Jerry Ford.

Tags: covid, food, homecare, mlk

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