COATESVILLE (June 24, 2019) – State Senator Andy Dinniman was recently honored by the Minister’s Alliance of Coatesville and Vicinity at the organizations 36th annual banquet.
Dinniman was honored for his service to the Coatesville community, as well as his legislative leadership in Harrisburg. In addition, state Rep. Dan K. Williams, Mrs. Arzelia Barber and Mrs. Catherine Brickus were recognized for their work and service.
“I am humbled and honored to receive this recognition and want to recognize my fellow honorees, as well as all those who support the Minister’s Alliance and its worthwhile mission,” Dinniman said. “Throughout Coatesville and the surrounding region, people of faith continue to answer the call of those in need and the Coatesville Minister’s Alliance is the embodiment of faith, hope, and compassion in action.”
Dinniman is and has been a supporter of the Coatesville Minister’s Alliance for more than three decades. From his time as a Chester County Commissioner to his current role as minority chair of the Senate Education Committee, Dinniman has worked and continues to work with the alliance and the greater community to address such pressing issues as homelessness, hunger, community safety, education, job and career opportunities, and access to quality healthcare.
In addition, he is currently worked with members of the alliance to help ensure that Coatesville residents have say in the revitalization of their city and the opportunities for economic growth that come with it.
“It is fundamentally important that Coatesville’s revitalization engages the community and offers job and career opportunities for city residents and I want to thank the members of the Minister’s Alliance for their work to that end,” Dinniman said.