State Rep. Beau LaFave of Iron Mountain announced today that Escanaba Upper Elementary School has won Delta Dental’s National Reading Month photo contest. The school is one of four in the state that will receive a $500 grant to purchase books for the school’s media center. Delta Denta’s photo contest promotes good oral health and daily reading by sharing tote bags with classrooms each year.
PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. LaFave reads “What If You Had Animal Teeth?” to students at Escanaba Upper Elementary School during his March Is Reading Month tour. LaFave visits schools yearly to promote children’s literacy while also encouraging young people to read.
Rep. LaFave talks about discussion and passage in the Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee Tuesday afternoon of his HB 6025, that would direct the Michigan Department of Treasury to determine the fiscal impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Michigan and send an invoice to the communist government of China.
The Michigan House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee today approved a bipartisan plan authored by state Rep. Beau LaFave, of Iron Mountain, which would hold the communist Chinese government financially responsible for the pandemic they knowingly unleashed upon the state of Michigan, United States and world.