The Village Preservation Foundation has once again elected local attorney William Mattar as the organization’s President for 2011. Mr. Mattar has been actively involved in foundation since its inception and has held the position of President since 2000.
The Villlage Preservation Foundation hosts yearly celebrations and fundraising events that showcase local area businesses and provide fun for the entire family while displaying the area’s history and culture. The Village Preservation Foundation also hosts the ever-popular local Farmer’s Market and is responsible for the beautification of areas in the local community.
"It's a true honor to be selected as President of the Village Preservation Foundation,” said William Mattar. “I am very grateful to be given the opportunity to do my part in supporting local events and preserving the culture and rich history of the area."
Along with William Mattar as President, the Village Preservation Foundation also elected Ted Young, from Ed Young’s Hardware, as Treasurer and George J. Measer III, from Bee Group Newspapers, as Secretary. The Foundation’s Board of Directors include: William Mattar, Ted Young, George J. Measer III, Ellie Grenauer, Edward Marecki, Wendy Reynolds and Ronald Daniels.
About The Village Preservation Foundation
The Village Preservation Foundation was established in 1999. It was created to inform the public about the culture and history of Western New York. The foundation conducts, sponsors and promotes public events that celebrate the culture and history of the community. Another goal of the foundation is to preserve, protect, promote and beautify public areas.
About William Mattar
Mr. Mattar (WilliamMattar.com) has been a leader in the community for years and has helped many local organizations. He is past President of the Village Preservation Foundation, the Williamsville Business & Professional Association and the Amherst Kiwanis Club. He is also active in his church and supports WNY Scouting. In 1990, he founded William Mattar Law Offices which represents individuals injured in car accidents across NY state, including the Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Utica and Albany areas. The firm is well-known for its phrase "Hurt in a car, call William Mattar" and catchy phone number, 444-4444.