Assemblyman sends pizzas to local law enforcement on National Pizza Day

Posted 9 February 2022 at 1:57 pm

Provided photo: Assemblyman Steve Hawley’s Chief of Staff Eileen Banker drops off pizza today to Sheriff Christopher Bourke at the Orleans County Sheriff’s Office.

Press Release, Assemblyman Steve Hawley

ALBION – Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) today used National Pizza Day as an opportunity to show his appreciation for the work local police departments within his district have done to protect their communities by sending pizzas from local shops to numerous departments.

“Our officers put their lives on the line daily to protect us and our neighbors, and it must be said their work has only grown more challenging in the last several years,” said Hawley. “When I learned that National Pizza Day was coming up, I knew that it was a chance to give back, so it was my honor to provide some nourishment to our hard-working officers. While it is unfortunate I was not able to deliver the pizzas to the departments myself, having legislative session to attend to today, I hope our law enforcement professionals are able to find some time to enjoy a slice.”

Hawley sent pizzas to the following departments today:

  • Albion Police Department
  • Holley Police Department
  • Medina Police Department
  • Orleans County Sheriff’s Department
  • NYS Police Troop A – Albion Barracks
  • Brockport Police Department
  • City of Batavia Police Department
  • LeRoy Police Department
  • Village of Corfu Police Department
  • Genesee County Sheriff’s Office
  • NYS Police Troop A – Batavia Barracks