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State Representative
Henry Genga
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Legislative Office Building, Room 4013
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
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Genga at Goodwin
Genga at Goodwin
Dozens of state officials gather at Goodwin College in East Hartford to discuss the many state and federal programs available to help businesses expand and develop new jobs.
Genga at Goodwin
Genga at Goodwin
Rep. Henry Genga welcomes students from East Hartford's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) school program to the Legislative Office Building for a press conference and demonstration of the students' proposal for a device that removes snow from tractor-trailer and truck tops.
Genga at Goodwin
Rep. Henry Genga spoke to 18 students in teacher Jim Foran's 9th Grade "Career and College Readiness" class at the Connecticut River Academy in East Hartford on Thursday, November 7, 2013. Rep. Genga told students that in addition to securing an education in an in-demand field, volunteering and using a network of personal connections are also valuable ways to land a job.
Genga at Goodwin
Rep. Henry Genga speaks at groundbreaking ceremony for the new magnet high school to be built the Goodwin College campus.
Genga at Goodwin
Officials at the groundbreaking ceremony included East Hartford Mayor Marcia Leclerc, Connecticut River Academy Principal Linda Dadona, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, Goodwin College President Mark Scheinberg, state Sen. Gary Lebeau, state Rep. Henry Genga and Education Commissioner Stephen Pryor. The Connecticut River Academy is an environmental science magnet high school. Photos by Frances Taylor.
Rep. Henry Genga and Rep. Betty Boukus (D-Plainville, New Britain, Bristol) joined a bipartisan press conference in December in the Legislative Office Building capping off the collection for the 9th annual Secret Santa Collection for the Rocky Hill Veterans Home and Hospital.
Rep. Henry Genga receives an update of the Connecticut Bio-Science Initiative during a recent tour of the University of Connecticut Medical Center in Farmington. As part of the legislative initiative signed into law in 2011, the medical center will undergo a renovation and expansion, which will create new construction jobs in the short term and long-term jobs in the bio-science research field.
Joe Carlson, chairman of the Strong Kids Campaign, presents the James O. MacDonald Volunteer Leadership Award to state Rep. Henry Genga as Brian Liss, executive director of the East Hartford YMCA, watches.
Officials gathered Thursday at Raymond Library to look at plans for expanding the East Hartford facility. Inspecting the plans are (from left) state Sen. Gary LeBeau, Senate President Pro Tempore Don Williams, Library Director Patrick Jones, Mayor Marcia Leclerc and Rep. Henry Genga. (Hartford Courant photo)
Over 200 students, parents and teachers attended the 28th Annual "Art at the Capitol" reception held Thursday evening, May 11, 2011 in the atrium of the Legislative Office Building in Hartford. The event recognizes the artistic works of public school students from 3rd State Senate District towns of Ellington, East Windsor, East Hartford and South Windsor. Here, East Hartford student Leslie Argueta receives a certificate of recognition for her work from the Democratic legislative delegation from East Hartford: (left to right) state Rep. Henry Genga, state Rep. Jason Rojas and state Senator Gary D. LeBeau.
Students from St. Christopher's Elementary School in East Hartford toured the Capital in Hartford Thursday and were shown the House Chambers by state Rep. Henry Genga (D-East Hartford).
Representative Genga with Jonathan Daube, outgoing President of Manchester Community College, when Dr. Daube was presented a State of Connecticut citation recognizing him as the recipient of the New England Board of Education award as Educator of the Year for Connecticut.
Henry with three students from the 6th Grade Academy. Justin Kvadas, Paul Caccavale and Rhiana Easton. They brought 60 classmates with them to testify in favor of Representative Genga's bill to prohibit smokong in vehicles with small children who are required to be in a child restraint system.
Henry with East Hartford High School students visiting with Speaker Jim Amann during their tour of the State Capitol.
Henry discussing legislation with Representative Ed Jutila.
Henry conferring with Representative Faith McMahon, Chair of the Select Committee on Children, about legislation pending before her committee.
Henry, Senator Joe Crisco, Representative Chris Stone, Senator George Meyer, Senator Gary LeBeau, Representative Richard Roy and Mayor Melody Currey with Governor Jodi Rell as she signs legislation banning the use of lawn pesticides at schools serving students in grade 6,7 and 8. Connecticut already bans lawn care pesticides from the grounds of elementary schools.
Justin Kvadas, a student at O'Connell School, and Henry testifying before the Select Committee on Children in support of the bill advocating no smoking in motor vehicles when small children are present.
Representative Henry Genga being sworn into office by Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz.