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Crapo Announces Town Meetings & Other Public Events

Will also address Idaho Falls City Club, honor Latah Sheriff with Sprit of Idaho Award and City of Carey with Congressional Record Statement

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) is announcing town meetings across Idaho during the months of August and September.  Crapo, who has previously held town meetings in all 200 of Idaho’s incorporated cities, is continuing his plans to visit unincorporated areas of the state as well.  The August and September meetings extend that schedule. 

Crapo says he will discuss several initiatives he has undertaken as Chairman of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee.  Topics include investigations of the personal data of Americans being gathered against their wishes, as well as new privacy and financial concerns driven by the actions of corporations such as Facebook.  He will also discuss his legislation to limit robocall phone calls, summarize the country’s new job creation, the economy and tax reform and the record number of federal judges being approved by the U.S. Senate. 

Crapo will discuss those issues and others before the Senate with the Idaho Falls City Club on August 8th.  He will also honor Latah County Sheriff Richard Skiles on September 4th with his Spirit of Idaho Award for helping residents of a mobile home park amidst a local disaster event.  He will present the City of Carey will a Congressional Record Statement in honor of Carey’s Centennial. 

Crapo’s schedule is below.  All unincorporated town meetings last 30 minutes. 

Tuesday, August 6: 

11:00 AM  Silverton    Good Samaritan Silver Wood Village, 405 N 7th Street

Noon        Cataldo       Masonic Lodge #34, 40710 Riverview Drive

2:00 PM    Emida         Community Center, 130 S. Station Avenue

3:00 PM    Fernwood   Community Center, 64361 Highway 3 South

4:30 PM    Medimont   Medicine Mountain Grange, 31146 Highway 3 South 

Wednesday, August 7:

10:00 AM  Cocolalla   Cocolalla Community Hall, Fish Creek Road

Noon         Naples      Alta Forest Products Mill, 242 Stagecoach Road

1:30 PM    Sagle         Sagle Elementary School, 550 Sagle Road  

Thursday, August 8:

12:30 PM   Idaho Falls   Speaks at Idaho Falls City Club Luncheon,

                                        The Waterfront at Snake River Landing, 1220 Event Center Drive

2:30 PM     Grant            Grant Park, 3421 East 100 North, Rigby

3:30 PM     Archer              Big Jud’s, 411 West 7800 South, Rexburg

5:00 PM     Clementsville   Ricks’ Residence, 10841 West Highway 33, Tetonia 

Friday, August 9:

11:00 AM   Pingree        Home of Garth and Julie Van Orden, 425 S. 1100 W.

Noon         Springfield   Bingham County Road & Bridge Shop, 1947 W. 800 S.

1:00 PM     Fairview       Arbors of Fairview, 2488 Highway 39, American Falls

2:00 PM     Neeley          Kenneth Koompin’s Shop, 3064 S. Frontage Road, American Falls

3:00 PM     Raft River    Heglar Creek Farms, 22 N. Yale Road 

Saturday, August 10:

9:30 AM     Springdale             Andersen Family Park, 488 Riverside Drive

10:45 AM   Idahome/Sublett   Jersey Girls Dairy, 2694 E. 750 S.

Noon          Elba                        Former Relief Society Building, Elba-Almo Hwy & E. 2000 S.

1:00 PM     Almo                       Almo Elementary School, 2992 S. Elba Road

3:30 PM     Marion                    Jones Residence, 1715 S. 600 W. 

Tuesday, August 13:

11:00 AM  Corral      Sliman Residence, 235 N. 1100 W.

1:00 PM    Carey       Present Congressional Record Statement to City of Carey Centennial,

                                  Carey City Hall, 20482 N. Main Street

Tuesday, September 3 

1:30 PM   Ahsahka     North Fork Café, 56 North Fork Drive

2:30 PM   Cavendish  Evergreen Fire Department, 3149 Middle Road

3:30 PM   Crescent/Linden  Cedar Ridge Community Center, 1563 Cedar Ridge Road, Crescent

4:30 PM   Leland        Blair Farms, 15401 Blair Hollow Lane, Kendrick

Wednesday, September 4 

11:00 AM   Gifford    Gifford School, Church Street

2:00 PM     Moscow  Present Spirit of Idaho Award to Sheriff Richard Skiles,

                                   Latah County Fairgrounds & Event Center, 1021 Harold Street, Moscow