Rep. Chatfield welcomes northern Michigan guests to State of the State

Speaker of the House, Lee Chatfield, welcomed several prominent guests from northern Michigan to the State Capitol on January 29, 2020 for the Governor’s State of the State Address. Guests ranged from local business owners, Sheriff’s, and Mayor’s and included residents from all four counties Speaker Chatfield represents.

Rep. Chatfield welcomes local superintendents to state Capitol

Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield met with local superintendents from the 107th District in his Capitol office after he successfully fought to restore critical funding for rural school districts following the governor’s budget cuts in October. Several northern Michigan schools were affected by the cuts and faced significant shortfalls until Chatfield and the Legislature…

Speaker Chatfield honors Art in the Legislature participant at the Capitol

Speaker of the House, Lee Chatfield (left) welcomed University of Michigan art student Riley Parrish (right) to the state Capitol today to thank her for participating in the 2019-2020 Art in the Legislature program. Riley’s art piece “Deterioration” will be on exhibit all year long in the Anderson House Office Building. Parrish is a 2017…

Speaker Chatfield welcomes local first responders to Capitol for 9/11 ceremony

Speaker of the Michigan House, Lee Chatfield hosted US Border Patrol Agents, Andrew Halonen and Jason Negus at the annual September 11 remembrance ceremony in Lansing. Chatfield was also joined by EMS first responders, Ariel and Bryan Huntley of Pickford. Speaker Chatfield also hosted Michigan State Police Director, Colonel Joseph Gasper as his guest on…

Speaker Chatfield welcomes Boy Scout Troop 122 of Rudyard to Capitol

Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield, of Levering, recently welcomed Boy Scout Troop 122 of Rudyard to Lansing. From left to right: Damon Lieurance, Brody Hunt, Wyatt Hunt, Caleb Lieurance, Kendrick Brace, and Ben Hunt. Troop 122 of Rudyard was recognized in both the House and Senate Chambers.

Rep. Chatfield talks with veterans visiting the Capitol

  State Representative Lee Chatfield of Levering meets with veterans at the Capitol during a recent visit. “Meeting with veterans from across the state and my district is important to me,” Rep. Chatfield said. “Those who have served our great nation deserve our respect and recognition for their sacrifices.”

Rep. Chatfield discusses issues with members of the community

Rep. Lee Chatfield discusses the important issues facing our state with residents of the 107th House district. Rep. Chatfield hosts monthly office hours around the district to reach out to constituents to get their opinion on how to continue to help Michigan succeed.

Rep. Chatfield welcomes art contest winners to Capitol

Rep. Lee Chatfield of Levering welcomed Ottawa Elementary students, Gwen Chrysler (left) and Kelsi Caporosso (right) to the state Capitol earlier this week. The Petoskey students were selected as winners of the Michigan Youth for Service poster contest and received an award at the Governor’s Service Awards banquet.

Rep. Chatfield welcomes Cheboygan Area students to the Capitol

State Rep. Lee Chatfield of Levering today welcomed three students from Cheboygan Area High School’s automotive technology program to the state Capitol. Garrett Brown, Austin Landon and Kegan Comps traveled to Lansing to showcase new equipment and technology. They were joined by teacher James Lafrinere (at right).

Rep. Chatfield kicks off March is Reading Month with local author

State Rep. Lee Chatfield welcomed Cheboygan County resident Johnathan Rand (third from left), author of the Michigan Chillers and American Chillers book series, to the state Capitol yesterday. He presented Rand with a tribute, accompanied by Sen. Wayne Schmidt and Rep. Sue Allor. “Johnathan Rand has captured the imagination of kids everywhere with his books,”…

Rep. Chatfield hosts LSSU President to state Capitol

State Rep. Lee Chatfield of Levering recently welcomed Lake Superior State University President Peter Mitchell, to the state Capitol. Mitchell was selected by the Board of Trustees to serve as president in 2017.