State Rep. Tom Kunse, of Clare, announced he will be reading to students in second through fourth grade classrooms this March, coinciding with March is Reading Month.
Rep. Kunse will be reading to classes at the following times and locations:
Friday, March 17:
Harrison Elementary School; 8 – 9:30 a.m.
Farwell Elementary School; 10 – 11 a.m.
G.T. Norman Elementary School; 1 – 2 p.m.
Kunse represents the 100th House District, which includes Mecosta, Osceola, and parts of Lake and Clare counties.
“Yesterday’s big winners are bipartisanship and the Lansing City Rescue Mission,” said Kunse. “In a time when it can seem like division dominates the headlines, it’s encouraging to see colleagues from different parties come together for a common goal: supporting our capital city. We’ve shown that we can find common ground, not only on the softball field, but also in our dedication to helping those less fortunate.”
State Rep. Tom Kunse, Republican vice chair of the House Ethics and Oversight Committee, today issued the following statement regarding potential conflicts of interest involving Appropriations Chair Angela Witwer: “The tangled web woven by Rep. Witwer is unethical and wrong. Legislators are elected to make decisions that help the people they serve – not to […]