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In Recognition Of The Cleburne County 911 April 10, 2014
Mike Rogers, R-AL
"Mr. Speaker, today ask for the House’s attention to honor the Cleburne County 911 for their outstanding service to the citizens of Cleburne County."
Equal Pay Day April 8, 2014
Joyce Beatty, D-OH
"Mr. Speaker, today this Equal Pay Day, I rise to recognize the full value of women’s skills, their significant contributions to the labor force, and acknowledge the gross injustice of wage inequality."
In Honor Of Millard And J.J. Oakley April 8, 2014
Diane Black, R-TN
"Mr. Speaker, today, I rise to honor two beloved Tennesseans who have dedicated their lives and service to our State, Millard and Joyce Annette Oakley."
Honoring Adele Rosen April 7, 2014
Lois Capps, D-CA
"Mr. Speaker, today I rise to congratulate and honor Adele Rosen as the recipient of the Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara’s 2014 Woman of Valor Award and for her years of leadership in our community. Ms. Rosen has been an active member of the Santa Barbara community for 50 years. She has long been a dedicated and active member of the Jewish Federation, which has been a strong force for good in the Santa Barbara community for many years. During her years of service, she has served as President of the Jewish Federation’s Women’s Division and currently serves on its Women’s Planning Commission. In addition to her work with the Jewish Federation, Ms. Rosen is the director of the non-profit Beyond Tolerance Education Center in Santa Barbara. This center has been a wonderful contribution to our community, working to teach thousands of school children about the causes, instruments, and dangers of discrimination and violence. Ms. Rosen has also served as a board member of CALM, which strives to prevent, assess and treat child abuse in Santa Barbara County, a sustaining member of the Women’s Board of the Santa Barbara Art Museum, a life member of Hadassah and Congregation B’nai Brith Sisterhood, Friend of Ensemble Theater, and the Santa Barbara Symphony. Ms. Rosen’s commitment to helping others and strengthening our community is truly an inspiration. May we all find the perseverance and passion that has inspired Ms. Rosen to leave her indelible mark upon our community."
Congratulating Bosma Industries And The Abilityone Program April 7, 2014
Susan Brooks, R-IN
"Mr. Speaker, today I rise to recognize the outstanding work of Bosma Industries and the AbilityOne Program. AbilityOne is an outstanding program committed to providing “employment opportunities for people who are blind or have significant disabilities in the manufacture and delivery of products and services to the Federal Government.” Unfortunately, over 70 percent of those who are blind and visually impaired are unemployed. Thanks to the efforts of AbilityOne, over 50,000 people who are blind or have significant disabilities have found gainful employment. Since 1915, Indiana’s very own Bosma Enterprises has been a partner of the program by providing job training, employment services, rehabilitation and outreach programs for people who are blind or visually impaired. In fact, Bosma is Indiana’s largest employer of people with vision loss. Last year alone, Bosma helped 179 blind people find gainful employment and assisted over 700 people in acclimating to their vision loss."

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