State Representative Pauline Wendzel announced plans to meet with residents of Southwest Michigan during a morning coffee hour.
The coffee hour will take place on Friday, January 31st at Water & Wheat Café, 6218 M-63 in Coloma from 11 a.m. to noon.
“I look forward to talking with residents of Berrien County about their state government,” Rep. Wendzel said. “Hosting office hours throughout the community helps me better represent my neighbors and inform them about what is happening in Lansing.”
No appointment is necessary. Those unable to attend are invited to contact her Lansing office by phone at 517-373-1403 or email [email protected].
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