Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) February 06, 2014
William Mattar, founder of the personal injury firm William Mattar, P.C., has once again been elected President of the Village Preservation Foundation. Mattar has held this role since 2000, with yearly reelections due to his passion for the community and active involvement with the Foundation.
Among the functions of the Village Preservation Foundation are hosting yearly celebrations and fundraising events, drawing attention to local history and displaying art and culture. The Village Preservation Foundation is also responsible for the added beauty of Williamsville with its seasonal decorations and flower arrangements along the streets. The Foundation also runs the popular local Farmer’s Market at the Williamsville Mill and the Taste of Williamsville.
In addition to Mattar’s reelection as President, the Village Preservation Foundation has reelected Trey Measer as Secretary, and Al Yates as Treasurer. The Foundation’s Board of Directions additionally includes Ted Young, Wendy Reynolds, David Sutton and Ellie Grenauer.
About The Village Preservation Foundation:
Established in 1999, the Village Preservation Foundation was created to inform the public about the culture and history of Western New York. To celebrate the culture and history of the community, the Foundation conducts, sponsors and promotes public events that celebrate the culture and history of the community.
About William Mattar:
William Mattar has been an active community leader, helping in a variety of local organizations. He has been involved with organizations such as the Williamsville Business & Professional Association, the Amherst Kiwanis Club, and the Boy Scouts of America, promoting Scouting throughout Western New York. In addition to Mattar’s extensive community involvement, the law firm bearing his name is also active in a number of safety initiatives and community events. Founded in 1990, William Mattar, P.C. represents those injured in auto accidents across Western New York, including the Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Utica and Albany areas. To learn more visit WilliamMat tar.com.