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Hice Announces March Mobile Office Hours

Congressional Staff to Meet with Residents in Bogart & Grovetown

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Washington, March 9, 2020 | comments

Monroe, GA – Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10) today announced Mobile Office Hours with two opportunities for 10th District residents to meet with his staff in March. These events provide members of the community the chance to sit down with Congressional staff and are offered in addition to meetings in the Congressman’s Monroe, Milledgeville, and Thomson offices.

“I know that Georgians are busy, but oftentimes people want to sit down face-to-face with someone who can help them navigate federal concerns,” said Congressman Hice.“That’s why each month my office hosts Mobile Office Hours in communities throughout Georgia’s 10th District. During these events, residents have the opportunity to talk directly with a Congressional staff member about issues related to Social Security, the Veterans Administration, passport issues, or any other federal matter. This month, my team will be at the Bogart Library and the brand-new Grovetown location of the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce.”

A member of Congressman Hice’s staff will be available to meet with residents on an individual or family basis at the following locations (appointments are not required):  

Oconee County

Monday, March 23rd

11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Bogart Library

200 S. Burson Avenue

Bogart, GA 30622

Columbia County

(Sen. David Perdue’s staff will also be present)

Tuesday, March 24th

11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Columbia County Chamber of Commerce

(Grovetown Location)

229 W. Robinson Avenue

Grovetown, GA 30813

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