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Blankenbush Congratulates Boonville on $4.5 Million Downtown Revitalization Award

Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush (R,C-Black River) congratulates the Village of Boonville for receiving the NY Forward program’s $4.5 million award. Boonville was one of several applicants in the Mohawk Valley Region in Round 7 of the $10 million Downtown...

Blankenbush: A Day of Mental Health Awareness

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This week, I wore purple alongside my Assembly colleagues for P.S. I Love You Day, which is held on the second Friday in February to raise awareness for mental health. The Long Island non-profit organization P.S. I Love You is dedicated to addressing...

Reality Check Advocates Visit Blankenbush to Share Concerns About Youth Vaping and Tobacco Use

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On Tuesday, Feb. 6, Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush (R,C-Black River) welcomed student volunteers from Reality Check, an organization tackling tobacco use among youth and developing effective prevention methods. In 2023, the data from the Centers for Disease...

School Aid: Where Do We Go from Here?

Time is racing in this new year, it feels like just yesterday we were celebrating Christmas. In the last four weeks, my team and I have been hitting the ground running, traveling around the district. It has been a pleasure reconnecting with many old friends...

Blankenbush Supports Expanding Agricultural Education in Public Schools

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Future Farmers of America Students (FFA) from St. Lawrence County, Jefferson, and Lewis county visited Assemblyman Blankenbush  (R,C-Black River) Albany office to advocate expanding learning opportunities. In participation for FFA day, several board...
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