Michaud Staff Community Hours in East Millinocket and Farmington
Congressman Mike Michaud has announced that his staff will be available to meet with Mainers this week in East Millinocket and Farmington on issues they are facing with federal agencies and to discuss services available through his office.
On Tuesday, March 22nd, Matt Dubois from Michaud's Lewiston office will be available from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Farmington town office located at 153 Farmington Falls Road.
On Thursday, March 24th, Susan Cerini from Michaud's Bangor office will be available from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Katahdin Region Higher Education Center located at 1 Dirigo Drive in East Millinocket.
If Mainers have any questions or would like to set up an appointment (not required), they are encouraged to contact Cerini at 207-942-6935 or Dubois at 207-782-3704.
Michaud Meets with Penquis Valley High School Students in DC
|L-R: Kambrea Atkinson (Brownville Junction), Julius Murano (LaGrange), Ashley Goodine (Atkinson), Alex Slagle (Brownville Junction), Congressman Michaud, Bryan Russell (LaGrange), Russ Carey (Teacher - Milo).|
WASHINGTON, DC - On March 16th, Congressman Mike Michaud met with Penquis Valley High School students in his Washington, DC office. The students were in town participating in the Close Up Foundation's Washington High School Program. In the photo above, from left to right, are: Kambrea Atkinson (Brownville Junction), Julius Murano (LaGrange), Ashley Goodine (Atkinson), Alex Slagle (Brownville Junction), Congressman Michaud, Bryan Russell (LaGrange), Russ Carey (Teacher - Milo).
According to the Close Up Foundation, since 1971, the organization has provided the Washington civic education experience to almost 700,000 participants. Close Up programs seek to educate, inspire and empower students by providing them with the skills and experience they need to become active citizens in our democracy. Each year, Close Up schedules over one thousand meetings on Capitol Hill for participants to meet with their Members of Congress and staff. These meetings demonstrate the accessibility of democratic government while providing a forum for students to express their views on policy issues.