Build a Scarecrow Day
The day that the Unification Church had its first public mass wedding of 2, 075 couples.
Clay Aiken ended the month of June by visiting some important people in New York. Of course, most of the news came from social media!
According to Van Bramer’s website:
A life long resident of Western Queens, Jimmy Van Bramer was elected to the New York City Council on November 3, 2009. He was overwhelmingly elected to a second 4-year term on November 5, 2013.
On January 22nd, 2014 Council Member Van Bramer was elected Majority Leader of the New York City Council which is the second highest ranking member in the 51 member body….
…Majority Leader Van Bramer currently lives in Sunnyside Gardens with Dan Hendrick, his partner of 15 years. The two were married on July 28th, 2012 with Council Member Van Bramer becoming the first openly-gay elected official to get married in the borough of Queens.
For more info visit VANBRAMER
Jacob Rudolph is GLAAD’s Communications and Public Relations Intern and a young LGBT advocate.
From the Howard Teich website:
Howard Teich has a wide-ranging background in business, civic, and social interests, and has participated actively in both the New York and National arena.
Mr. Teich is president of The Howard Teich Network, as well as a practicing attorney in New York City (1981-date). Previously, he served as Associate Publisher of Firehouse Magazine (1975-1980), Law Secretary to New York State Supreme Court Justice Martin Evans (1973-1975), and Legislative Counsel to State Senator Emanuel Gold (1971-1972).
Among his current activities, Mr. Teich is a Board member of the George Gustave Heye Center of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, serves as a Board member of Ecominga, an organization concerned with sustaining the environmental diversity in Ecuador, and .continues as co-chair of New Democratic Dimensions.. Recently, he founded New York Together, with its first project being the Haiti Convening Initiative. He serves on the Advisory Board of the New York Board of Rabbis, and on the National Advisory Board of the Association on American Indian Affairs, having previously been a member of its Board of Directors. He co-chairs the NYC Jewish History and Heritage Map Project,, as well as being the founding chair of the Brooklyn Jewish Historical Initiative…
For more information, visit: TEICH (Mr. Teich is on the left of the above picture)
And finally, Clay tweeted too…twice!!!
Clay Aiken @ClayForNC 5m
Great to see a veteran of @FtBraggNC’s @82ndABNDIV nominated to serve as VA secretary.
Clay Aiken @ClayForNC
Robert McDonald has decades of private-sector and management experience. Just the type of proven leader @DeptVetAffairs needs.
What an exciting day for Clay Aiken! He met with some exciting and influential people…and they all had wonderful things to say about Clay.
Now, who will he be meeting with tomorrow?
Of course, when the news becomes available, I will post it as soon as I can! Check Back!