A Thank You And Farewell To Francisco Cuin
Democratic Town Committee member Francisco Cuin was recognized by city officials at the September 23rd Common Council meeting for his public and community service.
Cuin, a city resident since 2002, is relocating to Florida next month after 15 years of community activism.
Cuin was a co-founder of Parent Power of New Britain, an organization working to improve the quality of life in the city’s growing Latino community. He worked for HRA’s Head Start Program and with a program at the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain.
Cuin, who holds a juris doctorate from the Inter American University of Puerto Rico, is a founder of the Latino Coalition and in 2010 was appointed to the Connecticut Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission.
“Francisco has been an integral part of the Democratic Town Committee’s voter registration and get out the vote efforts,” said Democratic Chairman John McNamara. “We will miss his strong commitment to increasing the involvement of Latinos and other citizens in politics and government.”
New Britain Democrats extend best wishes and success to Francisco in his transition to Florida.
Sanchez For City Council Event Tuesday, Sept 29 At Whinstone Tavern
The committee for Ward 3 Alderman Emmanuel Sanchez will hold a reception Tuesday Sept 29 at Whinstone Tavern, 245 Hartford Road from 6 to 8 pm.
Sanchez is seeking re-election in the district that includes Generale Ameglio, Senior Center and Smalley Academy with Alderwoman Shirley Black
A higher education professional, Sanchez has served three terms on the Council and is a member of the DTC. He has been active on boards and commissions and the North Oak NRZ. His community service includes volunteering as head coach for the CT Roughriders (AAU) basketball club and is a member of the 65th Infantry Regiment Historical Society.
“If reelected I will continue to work tirelessly for the children of our city to have a quality education, said Sanchez. “I will also continue my efforts to promote small businesses in the city center and throughout our business districts, including the development of the Arch Street neighborhood, which is still underway.”
The September 29th event is hosted by State Representative Robert Sanchez, Latino Coalition Founder Francisco Cuin and Attorney Robert Feiner. There is a suggested minimum donation of $25.
Albert For Council At Large Event Wednesday, Sept 30 At Great Taste
Friends and supporters of Alderman At Large Candidate Keith Albert are holding a fundraising reception for the new candidate on Wednesday, September 30th, from 5:30-8:00 pm
Albert, a retired public utilities rate specialist, has served on city plan commissions under three mayors and has served on boards and other commissions including the Friendship Center, CCND Commission and volunteers for the Junior Hurricanes. He is a second vice president of the NAACP. Albert is a CCSU graduate and holds a master’s in human services from Antioch-New England. He has been active politically since 1977 and key issues if elected will be educational funding and support, social service agency support, fair employment practices and criminal justice reform.
The Albert event will be held at Great Taste Restaurant and will be hosted by State Rep.Bobby Sanchez , Ron Jakubowski and Sharon Beloin Saavedra. There is a suggested donation of $25. An Albert 2015 event.
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