Governor Kathy Hochul Visits Rockland County for Educational Event and Fundraiser

New York Governor Kathy Hochul made a visit to Rockland County on Sunday, engaging in a series of events that highlighted community unity and educational outreach.

The governor’s first stop was at the Rockland Community College (RCC), where she visited the Holocaust Museum and Center for Tolerance and Education. This visit marked an important engagement with local leaders and elected officials, including Senator Bill Weber and Kaser Village Mayor Eli Pinkasowitz. The center is renowned for its educational programs that foster a bond between Jewish and Black communities, aiming to combat antisemitism and racism while promoting tolerance and understanding. Governor Hochul expressed her admiration for the center’s efforts on social media, highlighting its role in creating a harmonious community environment.

Following her visit to the RCC, Governor Hochul attended a fundraiser at the Fireside Kosher Restaurant located in Town Square Mall, Monsey. The event was organized by Town Supervisor Michael Specht and his Chief of Staff Mona Montal. This gathering saw a notable turnout of local elected officials, including Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder, Deputy Mayors Yisroel Eisenbach of Spring Valley, Chaim Rose of Chestnut Ridge, Mendy Lasker of Pomona, Mayor Izzy Spitzer of New Square Village, Ramapo OEP Program Coordinator Joshua Hans, and Rockland District Attorney Tom Walsh, among others.

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