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Entry Title Date
Honoring William Abramson December 19, 2013
Eliot Engel, D-NY
"He served as Chairman of Community Board No. 8 in the Bronx for three years, and was the impetus for the creation of the 197-A plan, a system by which city agencies and local groups inspire area growth. He received the 2000 David Rockefeller Fellowship for helping to develop top private sector leaders and engage them in New York City’s public arena. He is also Vice President of the Union Square Partnership, and a member of The Greenwich Village Chelsea Chamber of Commerce and Village Alliance."
Honoring Chelsea Monaye Martin September 12, 2013
Bennie Thompson, D-MS
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor Ms. Chelsea Monaye Martin, a dedicated student, who is making a difference in her community."
Congratulating Chicago Blackhawks June 25, 2013
Daniel Lipinski, D-IL
"Mr. Speaker, I rise to congratulate the 2013 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks. Last night, sorrow quickly turned to joy when the Hawks netted two goals in 17 seconds late in the game to avoid a game seven. The crowd at Palmer Place in LaGrange erupted as Chelsea Dagger played, and we celebrated a second Cup in 4 years."
Welcoming Pastor Ron Dunn June 13, 2013
Dave Camp, R-MI
"Before joining the ministry, Reverend Dunn was a member of the United States Army for 8 years and served in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He and his wife, Stephanie, have three daughters—Chelsea, Abigail, and Sara—and they join us here today."
Honoring Chelsea Brown May 21, 2013
Jeb Hensarling, R-TX
"Mr. Speaker, today I thank Chelsea Brown for her years of service to me, my constituents, the House Republican Conference, the House Committee on Financial Services, and the United States Congress. Chelsea is one of the most dedicated and loyal people I’ve had the honor of having on my staff since I was elected to Congress. Few, if any, individuals devoted more hours of their life to my legislative career and to the service of my constituents. Chelsea joined my staff as a scheduler and office manager in January of 2007. As my colleagues appreciate, the job of a congressional scheduler is one of the most challenging assignments on the Hill. Throughout the years, Chelsea‘s proactive nature and attention to detail allowed me to maximize both my effectiveness as a legislator and my ability to spend more time with my family. My children, Claire and Travis, can attest to the asset that Chelsea was to my team. She went out of her way to make my family feel welcome when they visited my office in Washington each summer, and I have no doubt that Claire and Travis will fondly remember how “Miss Chelsea” made visiting their dad’s office such an enjoyable experience. Because of her excellent work in my personal office, I asked Chelsea to join my staff at the House Republican Conference when I served as Chairman, and asked her to come along again when I became Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee. Regardless of the task at hand, Chelsea could always be trusted to get the job done, no matter what. Her strong character, discretion, and work ethic have made her an asset to me over the last six years. I can assure you that she will be sorely missed. Chelsea, thank you for your service and dedication to the cause of individual liberty, and thank you for being such an invaluable member of my team. I wish you the best of luck in your future personal and professional endeavors."

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