Earlier this month, Delegate Cathy Vitale spoke with Junior Girl Scout Troops 1788 and 184 as well as Brownie Troop 2000.
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Thursday, January 17, 2013
State Delegate Cathy Vitale is asking that families of victims who have died fill out an informational form.
The Maryland State Board of Victim Services is holding a statewide memorial service and State Delegate Cathy Vitale (R-District 33A) wants area residents to know the service is being offered and sign up to be recognized. “Cathy [Vitale] wants people in the county to know that it’s available to them and let their friends and family know it is available,” said Kelly Mcney, a legislative aid. According to a press release, the memorial service honors the memory of those Marylanders who lost lives to violent crime and acknowledges the families who have had their lives dramatically changed as a result of someone else’s violent actions. Each year the program includes the reading of the names of those individuals who have died as a result of …
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Gov. Martin O’Malley visited Jones Elementary Thursday afternoon to celebrate Maryland public school’s No. 1 ranking.
Gov. Martin O’Malley and other state and local officials celebrated Maryland public school’s top ranking at Jones Elementary School on Thursday afternoon. Maryland’s public schools was certified Thursday as No. 1 in the nation for the fifth straight year by Education Week Magazine. O’Malley addressed fifth-grade students, teachers, Superintendent Kevin Maxwell and others during a brief celebration in which he spoke of the importance of education. “There is no better investment than education,” O’Malley told the crowd. “Thanks to tough choices and important priorities we made Maryland schools No. 1 for the fifth year in a row.” O’Malley congratulated Jones Elementary's teachers and students—who waved foam fingers and Maryland flags—and …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Patch caught up with Delegate Cathy Vitale outside of Severna Park Middle School on Election Day.
State delegate and Severna Park native Cathy Vitale (R-District 33A) was outside Severna Park Middle School on Election Day morning—but she wasn’t waiting to cast her vote. Vitale, a Republican, said she actually voted early and was spending Election Day around the polls talking with voters. Throughout the county, early voting numbers skewed heavily towards Democrats, something Vitale said surprised her. “I was surprised by the numbers,” she said. “Last election, Republicans came out heavily in early voting. I think a lot of individuals are waiting for today to ensure their vote counts on Election Day.” Vitale said she thinks this election in particular is a “game-changer.” With seven state questions and 15 county charter questions, Vitale…
Sunday, September 30, 2012
The Severna Park native will work to determine how to best overcome domestic violence.
Delegate Cathy Vitale, a Severna Park native, has been appointed to the governor’s Family Violence Council. As a member of the council she will work to serve Maryland families and determine how to best overcome domestic violence. “I am pleased to be given this opportunity," said Vitale about the recent appointment in a release. "Domestic violence is a serious problem in Maryland. Its effects on families and particularly children can have long lasting negative implications as they grow up and form their own families." Delegate Vitale is one of four state legislators to serve on the council along with other cabinet officials and members of the public, according to a release. The council aims to study the horrific situations resulting from …
Friday, September 28, 2012
Delegate Cathy Vitale has been appointed to the Governor’s Family Violence Council serving Maryland families to determine how to best overcome domestic violence.
Delegate Cathy Vitale (R-District 33A) was appointed this week to serve on Governor Martin O'Malley's Family Violence Council The council works to serve Maryland families in determining how to best overcome domestic violence. “I am pleased to be given this opportunity," Vitale said in a release. "Domestic violence is a serious problem in Maryland. It’s effects on families and particularly children can have long lasting negative implications as they group up and form their own families." Vitale resides in Severna Park and blogs regularly for the Severna Park Patch. She will be one of four state legislators to serve on the council along with other cabinet officials and members of the public. The council aims to study situations resulting …