Ed Towns' Holiday Bash At Job Corps
This yearâ€™s celebration took place at the Brooklyn Job Corps Academy on Dekalb Avenue in Brooklyn, New York
Guests included Senator, John Sampson, (D-BK), Senator Kevin Parker (D-BK), Congresswoman, Nydia Velasquez (D-NY) , Brooklyn business icon, Sam Dunston, President of National Allotment Insurance Agency (NAIA) and Dekalb Funeral Services and VP son, Pernon Dunston, Helen Wells, Esq., Cora Austin, President of Lindsay Park, Community Advocate and co-Founder of the United Community Council, Tony Herbert, co-Founder of the United Community Council, Royston Antoine, Urban Community Council, Adrian Straker, Brooklyn Borough President’s office and Member of the UCC Steering Committee, LDC Administrator, Winchester Key, members of the Women’s Congressional Black Caucus, and many more.
DeCosta Headley, CEO of Diversified Inch By Inch Inc., took no prisoners on the dance floor as he unleashed his saucy swagger, Salsa style; Tony Herbert rocked the mic as DJ Lance kept it live on the ones and twos. Mr. Towns remains a most gracious host.
Everyone had a blast.
Congressman Edolphus "Ed" Towns (D) represents the 10th Congressional District of New York, which includes the Brooklyn communities of East New York, Canarsie, Brownsville, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Cypress Hills, Clinton Hill, Mill Basin, Midwood, Downtown Brooklyn, Boerum Hill, and parts of Fort Greene and Williamsburg. Congressman Towns is a 13-term veteran in the U.S. House of Representatives serving on the Energy and Commerce Committee and the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Among his many accomplishments for his constituents, Ed Towns has successfully had legislation passed to bring $250 million in grants to minority serving institutions, advocates for domestic violence prevention and intervention, supports the United Community Council, an initiative instituted by Community Advocate, Tony Herbert to get illegal guns off the streets and aggressively intervened with other elected officials to preserve affordable housing at Brooklyn’s Starrett City.
To learn more about Congressman Ed Towns, visit http://www.house.gov/towns/
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