Rep Mark Ferrandino and Colorado Council of the Arts Executive Director Elaine Mariner present a grant award to the Junior Symphony Guild at Schenck Elementary School. The ceremony took place during a Junior Symphony Guild concert that was being done for the children of the school to expose them to symphony music and to get them interested in playing an instrument.
Rep. Mark Ferrandino with Gov. Ritter at the signing of SB 153, licensing Home Care Agencies, which he and Sen. Boyd sponsored. This new law will provide much needed protections for Colorado Senior's who rely on these services to be able to stay in their homes.
Rep. Ferrandino talks with high school students at the Denver Center for International Studies . DCIS is a world-class magnet school of Denver Public Schools founded in 1985 serving grades 6-12. Denver Center for International Studies prepares students for college by developing multilingual, interculturally competent citizens who are actively involved in our rapidly changing world.
Rep. Mark Ferrandino and Elaine Mariner, Executive Director of the Colorado Council on the Arts provide a $18,600 award to Mike Hestera, Board of Director President of Arts Street (a non-profit organization located in House District 2) for their great work in Denver providing after school art education and training. This award is part of the YouthReach Colorado grant program.
Rep. Mark Ferrandino at the Press Conference to announce the start of the Colorado Open House. You can now watch the Colorado House of Representatives Floor action on Comcast Digital Cable channel 165 or at www.coloradochannel.net
Colorado Treasurer Cary Kennedy, Rep. Mark Ferrandino and Greg Wertsch on the floor of the Colorado House of Representatives on the opening day of the legislative session for 2008.
Rep. Mark Ferrandino and Congressman Mark Udall discussing issues important to Colorado.
Rep. Mark Ferrandino (when Treasurer of the Colorado Democratic Party) discusses Campaign Finance rules with Democratic county officers.