(Neb)-Adrian Smith Plans Panhandle Events
WASHINTON, D.C. (AP) - 3rd District Congressman Adrian Smith is spending a long weekend home in Gering, but with events planned on Friday and Monday.
Friday morning at 9:00, Smith will be at Bayard High School to formally recognize student Arielle Buck as the winner of the 3rd District Congressional Art Competition.
He'll follow that at 11:30 with a similar ceremony at Potter-Dix High School for Audrey Juelfs, who placed 4th in the Art Competition.
Smith's last Friday stop will be Scottsbluff High School at 2:00 where he'll address a student assembly and get a tour of the renovated school complex.
On Monday, Smith will be at the Sioux County Courthouse in Harrison for a mobile office session at 9:00..
Normally, it's his staff that make the mobile office trips to help constituents deal with specific problems or services, but this time his constituents will be able to meet directly with Smith and ask questions about broader issues.
The congressman wraps up his quick Panhandle swing Monday at 2:00 by meeting with the Alliance Chamber of Commerce for a Roundtable session at Newberry's Coffee Cafe
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