Legislator Bosworth Speaks to Members of Reach Out America
Nassau County Legislator Judi Bosworth (D-Great Neck) spoke recently to fellow members of Reach Out America, a non-profit community advocacy group. Legislator Bosworth updated them on the challenges facing the County as a result of the recent economic downturn and described her efforts to serve the 10th Legislative District, by promoting environmental and safety causes through legislation and community information. She commended them for their advocacy efforts and their service to the community.
“Reach Out America is so much about being involved at the grass roots level in order to influence decision making,” Legislator Bosworth said. “I have seen the many ways in which citizen action can bring about real change. I was so happy to spend time with the members of Reach Out America and to be able to listen and work with people who are trying to make a difference.”
Nassau County Legislator Judi Bosworth (D-Great Neck), sixth from left standing, spoke to fellow members at a Reach Out America meeting encouraging them to continue their fine efforts. She was joined by, from left standing, Charlotte Schwartz, Bobbie Zeller, Harriet Becker, Dorothy Puryear, Patty Katz, Co-Chair Fran Reid, Sandie Salat, Susan Posen, Roberta Treacy, Naomi Feldheim, Marjorie Chaplin, and sitting, Marge Raphael, Gladys Thompson Roth, Jean DeMesquita and Jane Green. Reach Out America is a non-profit community advocacy group.