Yorktown's Tricy Cushner Honored As Woman Of Distinction

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Yorktown's Tricy Cushner, center, was recently honored as the community's nomination for the Women of Distinction Hall of Fame. Photo Credit: Greg Ball

YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Yorktown resident Tricy Cushner has been named an honoree for State Sen. Greg Ball's Women of Distinction award, along with 22 others from the New York State Senate’s 40th District.

Cushner has been the president and CEO of Yorktown-based community group, Alliance for Safe Kids (ASK) since 2007.  The mother of three is also active on several committees for the Yorktown School District, including the PTSA Council, and other volunteer organizations, according to Ball’s website.

To learn more about Cushner, click here.

In March, Ball (R,C,I – Patterson) asked residents of his district – which includes parts of Westchester, Dutchess and Putnam counties – to submit nominations.

“While all those nominated have worked and volunteered without want of recognition, their efforts have not gone without notice or appreciation. The diversity and depth of their work speaks to the amount of time and dedication each has volunteered on behalf of and in support of a simple truth; that all change is local,” Ball’s statement said. “Each took it upon herself to respond to some compelling community need. These women did not wait or idle when the opportunity for real change presented itself. Instead, each used her own unique talents and skills to respond to an issue or challenge in her community that merited action.”

The Women Of Distinction Hall of Fame will be held Sunday, Sept. 8 at 2 p.m. at the Putnam County Emergency Services Building in Carmel.  The honorees will also be included on a Traveling Wall of Fame that will be on display throughout the district.

To see the full list of 22 women chosen for the hall of fame, visit Ball's website.

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