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Friday, October 4, 2013

US Congressman Thompson To Meet With Constituents At Dinner In Coudersport

GT MEET & GREET SET FOR OCTOBER 14th



U.S. Congressman Glenn “GT” Thompson, will be visiting Potter County this Monday, October 14th, at 5:30 p.m., to update local residents on federal-related issues and to hear the concerns of the residents of Potter County, according to Carl Long, Republican County Chairman. 

The “GT Meet and Greet” will take place in the dining room of the Hotel Crittenden (side entrance) with a buffet dinner available at $12.00 per person; dinner reservations required. 

Before being elected to the U.S. Congress, Thompson worked for 26 years as a therapist, rehabilitation services manager and a licensed Nursing Home Administrator in Lycoming County, and served for six years as chairman of the Centre County Republican Committee. He spent twenty-five years as a member or president of the Howard Volunteer Fire Company 14 and actively volunteers as a fire fighter, emergency medical technician, and rescue technician.

A lifelong resident of Pennsylvania's 5th Congressional District, Thompson has also served in various state and regional positions with the Boy Scouts of America, the Pennsylvania Recreation and Parks Society, the Private Industry Council for the Central Corridor (PICCC), and the Central Pennsylvania Work Force Investment Board.

Those interested in dining with GT at the October 14th Meet & Greet are asked to make dinner reservations no later than noon on Friday, October 11th by calling County Chairman, Carl Long at (716) 353-1369, or by calling Committeewoman, Karen C. Cahilly, at (814) 203-3933.

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

Somebody ask him why his leader will not bring a bill up to vote that has the majority support of the House, the Senate, and the American people

Anonymous said...

must be hard to find a good tailor in coudy ?

Anonymous said...

why does he advertise his resume'?? Is he a narcissist or just starting his campaign early.