From left are Assemblyman Brian Manktelow (R,C,I,RefLyons), Oswego County Sheriff Don Hilton, Oswego County Undersheriff John Toomey, Leader Barclay and Madison County Undersheriff R.J. Lenhart.
Today the New York State Assembly Minority Conference unanimously chose Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) as its next Minority Leader this afternoon at the Capitol, one day before the start of the 2020 Legislative Session.
Assemblyman Will Barclay recently presented Garry Visconti with an Assembly Resolution honoring him for being named Fultons Veteran of the Year. Pictured with Barclay and Visconti in center are members of the Fulton Veterans Council. From left are Donna Kestner, Joyce Coady, Larry Macner, Bruno Kramarz, John Stanek, and Norm Lagowski.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,RefPulaski) was honored to be the guest speaker at the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerces Meet the Officials Round Table series today. Assemblyman Barclay updated people about legislation in Albany and listened to concerns businesses and community members brought forward. The event was hosted by Universal Metal Works, Inc. in Fulton in their new, second-floor board room which overlooks the companys workforce and projects. Pictured with Assemblyman Barclay are Universal Metal Works, Inc.s Co-Owner/Operator John Sharkey Jr. and Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerces Executive Director Katie Toomey.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,RefPulaski) recently presented Central Squares Jordan Ravenel-Shuler with a Spetrum News Scholar-Athlete Scholarship Award. Also pictured is the Central Square Varsity Gymnastics Coach Jenny Trumble, left of Jordan, along with Jordans family, Jane Ravenel, Isaiah Ravenel and Michael Shuler.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski)and his colleagues call on the Legislature to pass criminal justice amendments at a press conference in Albany.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) welcomed City of Fulton Fire Department Chief David Eiffe, left, to Albany on May 20 during National Emergency Medical Services week. Id like to thank Chief Eiffe for taking the time to visit the Capitol and for advocating on behalf of firefighters and EMS personnel statewide, said Barclay. Many of these hard-working individuals are volunteers and sacrifice time with their friends and family to keep our community safe, said Barclay.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I-Ref-Pulaski) attends Ramonas Law press conference on Tuesday, May 21.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,RefPulaski) recently welcomed staff members from Vera House, Inc. to Albany. Vera House, Inc.s mission is to prevent, respond to and partner to end domestic and sexual violence and other forms of abuse. The group traveled to the Capitol as part of the NYS Coalition Against Domestic Violences awareness day on May 14. They thanked the Assemblyman for his continued support of bills that support survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Assemblyman Barclay said it was important for the group to visit legislative leaders in Albany and thanked them for advocating for victims and their families. From left are Hasmik Djoulakian, George Kilpatrick, Amanda EyeAm, Assemblyman Barclay, Jolie Moran, and Kayla Walker. Vera House operates a 24-hour crisis and support hotline which can be reached at (315) 468-3260.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I-Ref-Pulaski) is pictured along with, from left, Sarah Barnard, Nicolette Havrish, Joseph Piraino, and Steven Busa, in the Capitol Building on Wednesday, May 8. Havrish is a Baldwinsville resident.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,RefPulaski) recently attended the Oswego County Sportsmen Federations annual banquet where he discussed legislation proposed by downstate lawmakers that would hurt fishing and game clubs.
In photo, from left are Dave Butler of TLC Ambulance, Norm Wallis of Northern Oswego County Ambulance, Dave Sherman of Seaway Valley Ambulance, Lyle Robbins of North Shore Ambulance and Zach Menter of Menters Ambulance.
Assemblyman Barclay was presented with the New York Farm Bureaus Circle of Friends award in Albany this week. Pictured with Assemblyman Barclay are, from left, Jefferson County Farm Bureau representatives Tim Eastman, Kyle Gehrke, and Jefferson County Farm Bureau President Devon Shelmedine.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) stands with Senator Patty Ritchie (R-C-I--Ogdensburg) and Assemblyman Mark Walczyk (R,C,I,RefWatertown) alongside local highway superintendents at the CHIPS rally held today in the State Capitol.
Representatives from Oswego County Citi BOCES recently traveled to Albany to meet with Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,RefPulaski) to discuss career and technical education programs that are offered to students. So many of the Citi BOCES programs foster professional and skilled trades which help fill local employment gaps and are vital to our communities. In an effort to see these programs continue, I am working to ensure that education aid is adequately funded in this years budget, said Barclay. Pictured from left are Citi BOCES Superintendent Christopher Todd, math teacher Tim Wolfer, art teacher Julia Hanson, Assemblyman Barclay, mobility specialist Alexandra Davis, and math teacher Ryan Wood.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) joins members of the Assembly Minority Conference at a press conference on Wednesday, Feb. 27.
Members of Oswego County-City Youth Bureau recently met with Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,RefPulaski) in Albany. The Oswego County-City Youth Bureau helps foster leadership skills and opportunities for youth to volunteer in the local community. Assemblyman Barclay said he was pleased to meet our future leaders in the Capitol and thanked them for all they do for the community. From left are Ruhma Khawaja, Lauren DeVinny, Assemblyman Barclay, Elyse Maniccia, Victoria Crisafulli, and Executive Director of Oswego County Youth Bureau Brian Chetney. Students who attended are from Oswego High School.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) speaks at Health/Medicaid Hearing on 2/5/19
In honor of the 100th anniversary marking the end of WWI, the Town of Scriba recently dedicated a monument honoring its veterans from the war. Community leaders and those who worked to make the monument possible recently attended the dedication ceremony. From left are Scriba Town Supervisor Rob Ramsey, Scriba Town Board Member Kelly Lagoe, Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,RefPulaski), Scriba Town Attorney Kevin Caraccioli, daughter of WWI Veteran Lyla Ellen, Founder of Oswego County WWI Commemoration Group Dan Allen, Scriba Town Historian Charles Young, and Scriba Town Board Member Joe Pasco. Photo provided by John Balek.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,RefPulaski) recently held his Summer Reading Challenge celebration party at the Oswego Public Library. More than 70 kids from the 120th Assembly district participated in the challenge this year and read for at least 15 minutes for 40 days during July and August. About 25 readers attended the party with their family members on Sept. 29. All participants were awarded certificates, a $5 gift card to the Rivers End Book Store, and had the opportunity to make a craft, have snacks, and hear a story. Pictured with Assemblyman Barclay seated from left in front are Naomi Locke (Baldwinsville), Naomee Smith (Fulton), Meghan Irwin (Oswego), Madeleine Towner (Mexico), and Wyatt Pratt (Mexico). From left standing are Jordyn Meyers (Fulton), Amithy Fellows (Oswego), Miles Bandla (Oswego), Ajsa Cousevic (Pulaski), Myla Wojtaszek (Central Square), Evan Rood (Oswego), Autumn Delamater (Central Square), Molly Taber (Oswego), Henry Jerred (Fulton), Philip White (Central Square), Jakob Proulx (Baldwinsville), Caden Victory (Oswego), Emma Rainbow (Mexico), Noah Iorio (Fulton), Morgan Pratt (Mexico), Mikayla Towner (Mexico), David Dada (Brewerton), Everett Eastman (Henderson), Benjamin Dada (Brewerton), and Roland Joey Stewart (Mexico).
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) recently attended a celebration honoring local winners in the Leading Age Art Exhibit at the Manor at Seneca Hill. The statewide Leading Age Art Exhibit is open to not for profit, mission driven, and public continuing care providers. Four people from the Manor at Seneca Hill were recently included in the exhibit. Pictured in front row are Judy Weissflog and Roxanne Stuart. In back row are Assemblyman Barclay, Cheryl Burns, Chief Operating Officer of Manor at Seneca Hill Jason Santiago, and Ray Grela.
From left are Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow, Nine Mile Point Plant Manager Rob Kreider, Nine Mile Point Site Vice President Pete Orphanos, FitzPatrick Site Vice President Joe Pacher, Assemblyman Barclay, FitzPatrick Plant Manager Tim Peter, and Oswego County Chairman of the Legislature Shane Broadwell.
Oswego Harborfest’s Executive Director Peter Myles presents Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref—Pulaski) with the 2018 event poster.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) alongside the McQuaid Jesuit Row Team in Baldwinsville.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) recently introduced this year’s Oswego County Dairy Princess, Ericka Vrooman, to the Assembly. As dairy princess, Ericka plans to educate area youth about local farms and dairy products. “Congratulations Ericka on being Oswego County's Dairy Princess and thank you for all you are doing to support the local dairy industry,” said Barclay. Also pictured are Ericka’s parents, Kim and Mark Vrooman.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref—Pulaski) presented Oswego Fire Fighter Sean O’Gorman with an Assembly resolution commemorating his recent act of bravery and successful water rescue. At left are Oswego City Fire Chief Randy Griffin and Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow. At right is Seventh Ward Councilor Rob Corradino.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) recently met with City of Oswego resident Frances Enwright at the Capitol to congratulate her for receiving the 2018 Senior Citizen of the Year Award from the Oswego County Office of the Aging. Fran is a dedicated volunteer for organizations like the American Red Cross, St. Luke’s Hospital in Oswego, St. Joseph’s Church, and the Safe Haven Holocaust Refugee Shelter Museum. On Tuesday she was presented with the award at the Older New Yorkers’ Day celebration organized by the New York State Office for the Aging. Mr. Barclay said Mrs. Enwright’s passion, dedication, and service to her community are an asset to the City of Oswego and to everyone she meets.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) is pictured with Bob and Sandy Green, along with their granddaughter Jennifer Wenacur, second from left.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) recently attended the annual Oswego County Federation of Sportsmen's Club dinner. Organizers thanked Mr. Barclay for being a friend to all sportsmen. Pictured from left are Oswego County Federation of Sportsmen members Don Fenske, Eric Madura, Assemblyman Barclay, Ken Burd, and Chuck Parker.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) recently visited the Fulton YMCA's facilities. Lisa Pachmayer, executive director of the North Area Family YMCA and the Northwest Family YMCA, explains programs available at the Fulton YMCA.
Fulton YMCA Board members and staff recently welcomed Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) to the Fulton YMCA. From left are Board Member Penny Halstead, Business Manager Cheryl Baldwin, Board President Kelly Niccoli, Board Member Jim Schreck, Assemblyman Barclay, and Board Members Steve Osborne and Dave Mirabito.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) recently met with Teresa Woolson, founder of the Victor Orlando Woolson (VOW) Foundation.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) recently visited the new Catholic Charities building located on Route 3 in Fulton. The new facility includes a new, larger gym space for area youth to increase recreational opportunities in the area. Pictured above with Assemblyman Barclay is Executive Director Mary Margaret Pezzela-Pekow who recently provided the Assemblyman and his staff with a tour of the new building.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) recently visited the new Catholic Charities building located on Route 3 in Fulton. The new handicap accessible building offers nutritional outreach, children and family services, youth programming, and provides a new gym space for recreational activities. "The programming and services that Catholic Charities provides to residents is invaluable. I am pleased they have a new facility to better reach all those who can benefit from their outreach and services." Pictured above with Assemblyman Barclay are Executive Director Mary Margaret Pezzela-Pekow at left and Fran Lanigan who serves on the Catholic Charities Board of Directors.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref-Pulaski) recently met with students from LEAD New York, a leadership development program for adult professionals in the food, agriculture, and natural resource industries.