Rep. Hauck signs Wounded Warrior Family Support vehicle

State Rep. Roger Hauck participated in signing the Wounded Warrior Family Support vehicle at the Capitol this afternoon. The vehicle is part of the High Five Tour road trip where Americans from all across the country show their appreciation and support of our nation’s military families for the sacrifices that they make.

Rep. Hauck joined at Sept. 11 ceremony by local first responders

State Rep. Roger Hauck, of Union Township, today was joined by Mt. Pleasant Fire Chief, Rick Beltinck and Nottawa-Sherman Volunteer Fire Department Captain, Dan Mills as his guests for the Michigan House’s annual Sept. 11 Memorial Service at the Capitol. The ceremony remembers first responders and members of the military from Michigan who died in the…

Hauck honors McArthur Insurance Agency on 100 years of service

State Rep. Roger Hauck of Union Township recently honored the McArthur Insurance Agency of Weidman with a legislative tribute celebrating 100 years of service in the area. “One hundred years of business is astounding,” said Hauck. “I wish the McArthur Agency continued success in the many years to come.”

Rep. Hauck honors Robinson Industries

Rep. Roger Hauck of Union Township recently presented Robinson Industries with a legislative tribute to celebrate their 70th anniversary. “It was my honor to present this tribute to Robinson for their continued dedication to the Coleman community,” said Hauck. “I wish them a successful future.”

Rep. Hauck welcomes Cops and Doughnuts to Mt. Pleasant

Representatives Roger Hauck of Union Township and Jason Wentworth of Clare recently welcomed the newest installment of the famous Cops and Doughnuts franchise to Mt. Pleasant. “I am happy to have the ‘Central Precinct’ of Cops and Doughnuts in our community,” said Hauck. “This thriving business will boost economic growth in Isabella County.”

Rep. Hauck welcomes local pastor to lead House invocation

PHOTO: State Rep. Roger Hauck of Union Township, right, welcomed Deacon Jim Damitio to the state Capitol to give today’s invocation for the Michigan House of Representatives. Damitio is the deacon of Sacred Heart Parish in Mt. Pleasant. They were joined at the rostrum by Speaker Tom Leonard.

Rep. Hauck honors local business with legislative tribute

State Rep. Roger Hauck recently honored Leah’s Korner Kafe in Coleman with a legislative tribute celebrating their fifth anniversary. “I was honored to celebrate with Leah and present her with a tribute recognizing her hard work and the success of the restaurant” said Hauck. “Thank you Leah for your commitment to the community.”

Rep. Hauck celebrates MSP 100th Anniversary by going on a ride-along

State Rep. Roger Hauck recently went on a ride-along with the local Michigan State Police to help honor the 100th anniversary of the MSP.  “These individuals consistently put their lives on the line to protect us.” said Hauck. “I am forever grateful for their leadership and dedication to the safety of our state and I salute…

Rep. Hauck reads to local classrooms for March is Reading Month

State Rep. Roger Hauck of Union Township recently wrapped up his March is Reading Month tour by visiting dozens of classrooms and reading to over 2,000 local students. “As a dad, I always enjoyed reading to my children when they were young. Reading is so important for the development of children and is truly a…

Rep. Hauck takes the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics

Rep. Roger Hauck of Union Township showed his support alongside several legislators for Special Olympics Michigan by participating in the Legislative Polar Plunge on the Capitol lawn. This was the sixth annual plunge, and Rep. Hauck’s first. “With the headquarters of Special Olympics Michigan located so close to my home, I am happy to provide…

Rep. Hauck welcomes CMU president to Capitol for State of the State

State Rep. Roger Hauck, right, on Tuesday welcomed Central Michigan University President Dr. George Ross to the Capitol for the governor’s annual State of the State address. Hauck, R-Union Township, invited Ross to sit alongside him on the House floor while Gov. Rick Snyder presented his priorities for the coming year.