Senator Moore and Representative Hannah E. Kane (R-Shrewsbury) announced that the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development recently awarded Central One Federal Credit Union in Shrewsbury a training grant through the Workforce Training Fund General Program.
With the statewide election around the corner, Senator Moore recently launched a webpage with helpful information about how Massachusetts residents can cast their ballot this November. The online resource provides links to helpful information about how to vote early, absentee or at the polls.
Senator Moore has been appointed by Senate President Karen E. Spilka (D-Ashland) to serve on the newly-established Special Commission to Study the Prevention of Suicide Among Correction Officers in Massachusetts Correctional Facilities.
Senator Moore joined Governor Charlie Baker and legislative colleagues at the ceremonial bill signing of legislation intended to enhance humane treatment of animals, and to punish those who engage in animal cruelty.
In an effort to raise awareness about the importance of emergency preparedness, Senator Moore is reminding local residents that September is National Preparedness Month. The annual designation promotes the importance of taking steps to prepare and plan for potential emergency situations.
Senator Moore attended a roundtable discussion with Governor Charlie Baker, top state education officials, students and staff at Chelsea High School regarding early college programs. Senator Moore, who serves as Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on Higher Education, has long advocated for expanded early college opportunities in the Commonwealth.
Senator Moore recently sponsored a strawberry shortcake social for senior residents of Grafton. The event, which was free and open to senior citizens in the community, drew more than a dozen local residents to the Senior Center for a sweet treat and conversation.