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Local Artist Matt Schreiner Painting His Way Into the Hearts of Many

Local Artist Matt Schreiner Painting His Way Into the Hearts of Many

 

It’s quite an accomplishment when you can take a hobby and turn it into a career. It becomes a remarkable achievement when you can expand upon that career so that it will benefit countless others in your community and across the country.

But that’s exactly what 26-year-old Orchard Park resident Matt Schreiner has been able to accomplish, with amazing results. After graduating from Niagara Falls High School and Buffalo State College, where he majored in education, Schreiner decided to follow a different career path. This path focused on his artistic abilities and his love of sports and especially his hometown teams, the Buffalo Sabres and Buffalo Bills.

Daemen Professor Named Health Leadership Fellow

Daemen Professor Named Health Leadership Fellow

Dr. Isiah Marshall, associate professor and master of social work program director at Daemen College, has been selected as a Health Leadership Fellow by the Health Foundation for Western and Central New York.

The 18-month program is designed to expand the network of highly collaborative and skilled leaders who will serve as advocates to improve the health and well-being of the frail elderly and children from communities of poverty throughout the region.

As a Health Leadership Fellow, Marshall will participate in sessions on personal leadership, leading change, communicating as a leader, results-based leadership, and collaboration. He will also attend two- to three-day retreats led by experts in the field, take part in an inter-organizational team project, and receive executive coaching.

Daemen Student Receives Top Social Work Honor

Daemen Student Receives Top Social Work Honor

Daemen College student Kathryn Procknal has been named the 2014 Student of the Year by the National Association of Social Work (NASW) - New York State Western Division. She received the award at the chapter’s annual Awards Networking Luncheon held March 27 at the Ramada Hotel and Conference Center.

Procknal was selected for the award in recognition of her academic excellence and for personifying the values of social work as defined by the NASW Professional Code of Ethics.

Jacobs Honors Scouts at Eagle Scout Court of Honor Ceremony

Jacobs Honors Scouts at Eagle Scout Court of Honor Ceremony

                                          County Clerk Commends Troop 352 Recently Awarded Boy Scouts

Erie County, NY- Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs attended the Eagle Scout Court of Honor Ceremony for Boy Scout Troop 352 in Lancaster where he presented Matthew Tichy, Colin Dunkle and Nathaniel Watt with Proclamations of Congratulations for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.

“I am proud to be here to honor and recognize these young men,” County Clerk Jacobs. “The Eagle Scout Award is recognized around the world as a mark of excellence. I commend them on accomplishing this significant achievement.”

JACOBS’ TAX PREP EVENT PROVIDED VALUABLE SERVICE TO RESIDENTS

                                County Clerk delivers assistance to working families and individuals file tax returns

Erie County, NY – Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs hosted FREE tax preparation assistance to help working families and individuals filing tax returns who are claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and other tax credits at the Erie County Auto Bureau-Northtown Office.

“The time to begin filing tax returns is now, taxpayers should not wait until the last minute,” said County Clerk Jacobs. “I am pleased to take part in offering this essential service and assist taxpayers in filing accurate state and federal tax returns to ensure they receive the necessary deductions and Earned Income Tax Credit.”

JACOBS BRINGS MOBILE AUTO BUREAU TO AAA IN AMHERST

JACOBS BRINGS MOBILE AUTO BUREAU TO AAA IN AMHERST

County Clerk to unveil new Mobile Unit location inside AAA

Erie County, NY- Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs officially unveiled the Erie County Auto Bureau’s newest On-Site Mobile location. Jacobs teamed up with the AAA Western and Central New York to make auto bureau services more convenient in Amherst with “Reservation Saturdays”.

“I pledged to restructure and improve the hours and location sites of the Erie County Auto Bureau”, said County Clerk Jacobs. “We have worked with our partners in the private sector to expand office operations and enhance hours for all motorists with no additional costs to the residents of Erie County.”

Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs reminds taxpayers –Earned Income Tax Credit puts money in your pocket

Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs reminds taxpayers –Earned Income Tax Credit puts money in your pocket

February 2014

                                      Federal and State Tax Credits can add up – See if you qualify

If you worked in the past year and earned $52,000 or less, you can get your taxes filed for free and you may qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Everyone who qualifies should take advantage of the tax credits available to them.  That is why I am pleased that the Erie County Clerk’s Office is once again partnering with the United Way CASH Program to assist taxpayers file accurate state and federal returns.  All of the credits have one thing in common, you cannot receive them if you do not file your tax return   A tax credit puts extra money in your pocket.