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An Afternoon with Robert Kennedy Jr.: Advocacy, Leadership, and Community Engagement at Kotecki’s Grandview Grove

Dear Community,

As the proud owner of Kotecki’s Grandview Grove and an advocate for political awareness and community engagement, I had the distinct honor of hosting a significant event organized by the Constitutional Coalition of NYS. Our guest of honor was none other than Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a respected environmental lawyer, activist, and a beacon of progressive values within one of America’s most storied political families, who is running for president in the 2024 election.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has dedicated his career to fighting for a sustainable planet, championing the rights of communities impacted by environmental injustices, and advocating for a government accountable to the people.

His visit to Buffalo, NY, and specifically to my venue, Kotecki’s Grandview Grove, was not just an honor but a profound meeting of minds and values focused on medical freedoms, environmental conservation, social justice, and community empowerment.

I was truly honored to meet Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and introduce him to our guests. Whenever I hear him speak either in interviews or podcasts, he often references Franklin Roosevelt’s iconic quote, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” This message particularly resonates with me. Kennedy interprets it as a caution against fear being used as a tool for totalitarian control and as a barrier to democracy and constitutional freedoms. His perspective is incredibly impactful, especially given my own experiences navigating challenges with local government. His insights not only enriched our understanding but also inspire us to advocate for justice and sustainable progress.

The event was more than just a typical gathering; it was a vibrant forum discussing urgent environmental issues, public health challenges, and the vital role of civic engagement in shaping policy. It embodied our collective commitment to fostering a well-informed, engaged, and conscientious community. Furthermore, it highlighted the necessity of educating people and actively involving more individuals in becoming aware of and addressing these critical issues.

We're truly grateful for the chance to facilitate such meaningful dialogue and are excited to continue our mission of serving the community and engaging in important political discussions. Thank you to everyone who participated and contributed to making this event a tremendous success. Your presence, engagement, and support not only enriched our discussions but also strengthened our community's commitment to these important causes.

A special thank you to Robert Kennedy Jr. and his entire team for their pivotal roles in this event. We deeply appreciate your involvement and look forward to collaborating on future initiatives.

Warm regards,

Kate Kotecki

Owner, Kotecki’s Grandview Grove

Advocate for Community-Focused Leadership and Civic Engagement


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