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Entry Title Date
Congratulations To The 2014 United Health Foundations Diverse Scholars July 16, 2014
Erik Paulsen, R-MN
"Karen Mendez, New York’s 17th Congressional District; Aira Domingo, New York’s 22nd Congressional District; Edgar Flores, New York’s 3rd Congressional District; Saera Fernandez, New York’s 7th Congressional District; Maya Bryant, North Carolina’s 5th Congressional District; Kane Banner, North Carolina’s 8th Congressional District; Davontae Willis, Ohio’s 3rd Congressional District; Evelyn Gutierrez, Oklahoma’s 2nd Congressional District; Jalane Jara, Oregon’s 3rd Congressional District; Sophia Barrios, Pennsylvania’s 1st Congressional District; Chiemeka Onyima, Pennsylvania’s 2nd Congressional District; Jorge Jaramillo, South Carolina’s 4th Congressional District; Elizabeth De La Rosa, Texas’s 14th Congressional District; Emily Gao, Texas’s 14th Congressional District; Brian lbarra, Texas’s 16th Congressional District; Stephen Igwe, Texas’s 18th Congressional District; Isis Reyes, Texas’s 18th Congressional District; Joann Sorn, Texas’s 18th Congressional District; Rio Reyna Pilar, Texas’s 20th Congressional District; Duy Bui, Texas’s 24th Congressional District."
Financial Services And General Government Appropriations Act, 2015 July 15, 2014
Terri Sewell, D-AL
"Despite the security concerns shared by both the United States marshal and the chief justice, Karen Bowdre, the GSA has planned to reinstall the sculpture. Both Chief Justice Bowdre and Marshal Keely believe that the sculpture is nonessential and will pose a serious security risk if reinstalled."
Privileges Of The Floor July 7, 2014
Harry Reid, D-NV
"Mr. President, I ask unanimous consent that a fellow in the office of Senator Al Franken, Karen Saxe, be granted floor privileges from July 7, 2014, to July 31, 2014."
Congratulating Karen L. Pallansch June 26, 2014
James Moran, D-VA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to congratulate Karen L. Pallansch, Chief Executive Officer of Alexandria Renew Enterprises, on her election as President of the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA). Alexandria Renew is an independent government agency providing wastewater treatment services to the City of Alexandria and portions of Fairfax County, Virginia."
Celebrating Karen Walanka’S Outstanding Career And Service With Moriah Congregation June 20, 2014
Brad Schneider, D-IL
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor a very special woman on the occasion of her retirement. Karen Walanka is stepping down as the Executive Director of Moriah Congregation in Deerfield, a synagogue in the Illinois district I represent, and of which I am also a proud member. Karen is completing this chapter of her life, leaving a legacy of accomplishments too long to mention in full, having touched the lives of countless people. From her parents, Karen learned a deep love for her heritage and community, and she developed a great passion for “Tikkun Olam”, for making her immediate world, and the entire world, a better place. As the Executive Director of Moriah, Karen has been responsible for many achievements and had a tremendous impact in our community. In her first week in the position, she began the Shabbat Bulletin to better engage the community and keep the congregation informed. She later started the Moriah All-Judaic Art and Jewelry Fair that is a celebrated community event. And Karen created the widely anticipated weekly Moriah Shabbat lunch, or “kiddush.” But perhaps Karen‘s most lasting legacy will be the establishment of the Moriah Congregation Endowment Fund, which will ensure the long-term financial future of the congregation as well as support its continued expansion and deeper engagement with the community. This contribution will truly define her legacy for years to come, leaving the Moriah Community vibrant and strong. Karen is a Moriah Congregation institution, a true leader and visionary, a dear friend and a beloved member of our community. Her constant presence and leadership will be missed, but her professional legacy will leave a permanent mark, and her friendships will continue to flourish. I want to personally thank Karen for everything she has done for me, my family and our community, and wish her the absolute best in her future."

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