June 13, 2012
NYS Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb Celebrates "Dairy Day" With Super Bowl Champion And Former New York Giants Running Back Joe Morris, Promotes The Health Benefits Of Milk And New York's Award-Winning Dairy Products
New York State Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,I,C-Canandaigua) is pictured (right) celebrating "Dairy Day" with Super Bowl champion, former New York Giants running back and Syracuse University alumnus Joe Morris (center, at podium). Morris, spokesperson for the NFL "Fuel Up to Play 60" program, was a special guest yesterday at the Assembly Minority Conference's annual Dairy Day reception in Albany, hosted by Leader Kolb and Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush (R,C-Black River) (left).
Leader Kolb and Assemblyman Blankenbush, ranking minority member on the Assembly Agriculture Committee, were joined by their legislative colleagues, state agriculture representatives and members of New York's dairy industry to celebrate the benefits of dairy products to the health of the state's economy and its citizens.
Leader Kolb Kicks Off "Dairy Day"
New York State Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,I,C-Canandaigua) is pictured (center, at podium) welcoming attendees to "Dairy Day," an annual celebration sponsored by the Assembly Minority Conference that recognizes New York's award-winning dairy products and the state's many hardworking family dairy farmers.
Joining Leader Kolb at the Dairy Day celebration were Super Bowl champion, former New York Giants running back and Syracuse University alumnus Joe Morris, along with Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush (R,C-Black River), the ranking minority member on the Assembly's Agriculture Committee. Also in attendance to kick off the Dairy Day celebration were County and State Dairy Princesses (left). Pictured from left to right are Meghan Rohe, Onondaga County Dairy Princess; Miquela Hanselman, Delaware County Dairy Princess; New York State Second Alternate Dairy Princess Haley Groat from Delaware County; and 2012 New York State Dairy Princess Emma Andrew from Wayne County.