Mayor Rosas Honors the Lady Marauder Bowling Team while recognizing Women’s History Month

As we recognize “Women’s History Month” Mayor Rosas encourages each and every resident to stand proud and to honor and recognize all of our women in our City, but especially this fine group of young women, led by Coach Donna M. Kubera, Isabella Begier, Summer Clark, Olivia Corbett, Hannah Ellman, Mariah Glowniak, Rachel Glowniak, Whitney Hice, Makayla Pasierb, and Tayler Skelly. 

“These young women are true champions.” Mayor Rosas said.  “Our young women of today are the future leaders of tomorrow.  This month has been set aside to honor all women, and I applaud those who, through their tireless energy, their courage and their determination have worked to make a difference in every walk of life.  The theme of the 2019 Women’s History Month says it best as it declares this month to be one of  ‘Visionary Women: Champions of Peace & Nonviolence and honors women who have led efforts to end war, violence, and injustice and pioneered the use of nonviolence to change society.”  He said.

“We don’t often think of our sports programs as being visionary, but in the spirit of the 1972 Title IX of the Education Amendments to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, young girls and young women are now included in all educational and athletic programs.  Today I am proud to stand with the young women of Dunkirk High School.  The Lady Marauder Bowling Team has worked hard and has brought home to this City the Division 2 NYSPHSAA Girls Bowling State Championship.  As such, as Mayor of the City of Dunkirk, I do hereby declare this month of Women’s History Month as “Lady Marauder Bowling Champion Month” in the City of Dunkirk.”

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