USA • Upstate New York
“To lessen the suffering in the world by contributing as little as possible to the suffering of the world by living my life with gratitude, compassion, and clarity.”
In 1963, Bill Glasner walked in Martin Luther King’s March On DC for Jobs and Freedom. He was a Member of Town of Victor Comprehensive Plan Committee for 4 years. Successfully lobbied Victor Town Board to open NY’s first Recycling Swap Shop. Made valiant, though unsuccessful, run for Victor Town Board. He is an active and devoted Board member of the Rochester Folk Art Guild, Middlesex, NY. He supported a successful campaign for a Congressional member of the House. He is a Volunteer companion for a developmentally disabled adult twice/week for 4 years. Recently, he served behind the scenes at Standing Rock for a week.