Assemblyman Lupinacci Cheers On Huntington Station Student In Geographic Bee
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By Long Island News & PR
Published: April 03 2017
Marcus Zagorski, a student at Silas Wood Sixth Grade Center, competed in the 2017 New York State Geographic Bee.
Lupinacci and Geographic Bee Participant, Marcus Zagorski.
Photo by: Office of Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci
Albany, NY - April 3, 2017 - Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci (R,C,I,Ref-South Huntington) recently visited the New York State Museum to cheer on Marcus Zagorski, a student at Silas Wood Sixth Grade Center participating in the New York State Geographic Bee 2017. Accompanied by his teacher and competition judge Dr. Gay Bullock, Lupinacci commended the incredible young student for his competitive spirit and remarkable knowledge of the world’s geography.
“It takes a lot of courage, smarts and confidence to participate in a competition like the New York State Geographic Bee, and Marcus clearly has all three,” said Lupinacci. “It’s so wonderful to see students from our own 10th Assembly District excel at the statewide level, especially in competitions that encourage students to study and broaden their academic horizons. Congratulations to Marcus and his teacher Dr. Bullock. This is an accomplishment for which you both should be very proud, and one that each of you will remember forever,” Lupinacci concluded.
Assemblyman Lupinacci represents the 10th District, which consists of parts of Suffolk County. For more information, please visit Assemblyman Lupinacci’s Official Website.