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Entry Title Date
Protecting Volunteer Firefighters And Emergency Responders Act Of 2014 April 2, 2014
Sherrod Brown, D-OH
"Scott from Union County, which is in central Ohio where they are doing a little better overall but still going through tough times, writes:"
Cosi 50Th Anniversary March 25, 2014
Rob Portman, R-OH
"Mr. President, I wish to honor the Center of Science and Industry, COSI, located in central Ohio as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. In 1964, COSI opened its doors as a hands-on center of science education. Fifty years later, COSI has witnessed tremendous growth and expansion as well as national recognition. COSI has welcomed more than 30 million visitors from all 50 States and in 2008 COSI was named America’s No. 1 science center for families by Parents Magazine."
Honoring The Jewish Community Center Of Greater Columbus October 29, 2013
Rob Portman, R-OH
"The Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus provides the Jewish community in Central Ohio with educational and cultural programs for members of all ages. I congratulate all who were involved in making its first 100 years a success."
The Congressional Black Caucus—African Americans And The Labor Movement September 9, 2013
Joyce Beatty, D-OH
"In central Ohio, the Third Congressional District of Ohio that I represent, labor unions are strong and a significant part of the community. During my August recess, I had the opportunity to visit the Sheet Metal Workers Union, Local 24, located in Columbus, Ohio. I also had the opportunity to have a labor town hall meeting where I had the opportunity to speak. Whether it’s a teacher educating our children, a skilled tradesman improving our infrastructure, police and first responders keeping us safe, electric workers, those working in transportation, the Postal Service, nurses, automotive workers, local, State, Federal, and municipal government employees, these individuals assist us every day and their work improves our communities and our local economy."
Tribute To Mark Sullivan February 7, 2013
Harry Reid, D-NV
"In 1996, Mr. Sullivan was selected as Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Office of Protective Operations. He returned to the field in 1997 as the Resident Agent in Charge of the Columbus Resident Office, which oversaw all Secret Service activities in Central Ohio. Twenty months later, Mr. Sullivan was promoted back to Washington, DC as Deputy Special Agent in Charge of the Counterfeit Division, where he managed the agency’s investigative activities related to the criminal production and distribution of counterfeit currency and other financial instruments. In July of 1999, he returned to the Presidential Protective Division as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge."

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