Battle for Lake Erie: Sharing progress of Great Lakes initiative at Dec. 1 Holiday Brunch
Nick Ciofani, Portage County resident and district director for U.S. Rep. David Joyce (Ohio, 14th congressional district), will talk about the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative at our Dec. 1 holiday brunch. The brunch location is the Black Iron Grille, 7291 State Route 43, Kent.
Members should arrive by 9:15 a.m. Brunch will commence at 9:30 a.m. with a selection of scrambled eggs, bacon, hash browns, pancakes or waffles, fruit, cinnamon rolls and a nonalcoholic beverage. Cost including tax and tip is $17.50. Click the "Buy Now" button below to pay online. Download a form here to pay by check. Mail your form and check to VP Penny Graves, 6185 Second St., Kent, OH 44240. Deadline for making a reservation is Nov. 24, 2018. Email penelope.m.graves [at] outlook.com (Penny Graves) if you have questions.
Nick Ciofani was graduated from Hillsdale College in 2002 and Solon High School in 1998. Before accepting the position of district director for U.S. Rep. David Joyce (Ohio, 14th congressional district), Ciofani ran the Twinsburg office of Congressman Steven C. LaTourette and worked in the Finance Department for the city of Solon. Ciofani resides in Streetsboro. He became Joyce’s district director in 2012. In 2016, Joyce authored landmark legislation to authorize the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI), which provides funding in a collaborative effort among federal agencies, the Great Lakes states, local communities and businesses to restore the Great Lakes ecosystem and the economic health of the Great Lakes region. To read more about Joyce’s position on the importance of the Great Lakes click here.