Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Vets for New York : Lalor to Host Veterans Round-table with Assemblyman Molinaro

Lalor to Host Veterans Roundtable with Assemblyman Molinaro

October 5, 2011 – Poughkeepsie, New York:  Dutchess County veterans activist and New York State Assembly candidate Kieran Michael Lalor announced today that he will be hosting a Veterans Roundtable and press availability with three term Assemblyman and County Executive candidate Marc Molinaro.

The event is scheduled for Thursday October 13th from 1 pm to 3 pm at VFW Post #170 located at 1 Violet Avenue Poughkeepsie, New York.  The event is open to all military veterans.  Refreshments will be served. 

After the roundtable, Assemblyman Molinaro and Mr. Lalor will be available to speak with the press about ideas to help veterans. 

Said Lalor, "Assemblyman Molinaro asked me to bring together local veterans so he could hear firsthand about the challenges we face and formulate effective policies.  Molinaro is particularly interested in learning what can be done to more aggressively assist local combat veterans upon their return from overseas deployments."

"Molinaro has long been a friend to the veteran's community and stood up for our troops and military families when he sponsored two bills that protect the families of fallen servicemen from protesters at military funerals," concluded Lalor.   

Kieran Lalor

Brooke Fedigan

Molinaro For Dutchess

Kieran Michael Lalor  is a former high school teacher, Marine Corps veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and founder of the consulting firm KML Strategies, LLC.  He is a graduate of Providence College and Pace Law School and is currently pursuing an MBA at Pace University's Lubin School of Business. Lalor is the founder of Vets for New York and Afghanistan & Iraq Veterans for Congress. He is a frequent guest on Fox & Friends, NPR and a host of other programs.  In May, Lalor announced he was running for the New York State Assembly.

Sean P Eagan

Former Chairman American Cold War Veterans
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