League president has busy month
In addition to his many media contacts during October and November, Catholic League president Bill Donohue had a few other engagements worthy of note:
On October 17, he received an Outstanding Citizenship Award from the National Traditionalist Caucus for his work on the ACLU.
On October 25, he was elected to serve on the board of directors of the New York State chapter of the National Association of Scholars. He serves on the national board as well.
On October 26, he attended the Crisis awards dinner in Washington, DC.
On November 1, he spoke on “The Root Causes of American Social Problems” at Nassau Community College.
On November 8, he addressed the Chaminade and Sacred Heart high school chapters at Charninade High School in Mineola, NY.