Congressman Lucas: Town Hall Meetings Canceled

Jul 12, 2011
Press

Washington, DCDue to the decision for Congress to remain in session the week of July 18-22 in order to continue working on budget and debt ceiling solutions, Congressman Frank Lucas’ town hall meetings listed below have been canceled.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011:

Perry Town Hall Meeting
10:00-11:00       
Perry Municipal Building
729 Cedar Street    

Billings Town Hall Meeting
11:30-12:30       
Billings Community Building
201 West Main Street

Blackwell Town Hall Meeting
2:00-3:00           
Kay Electric
300 West Doolin

Ponca City Town Hall Meeting
3:30-4:30             
Pioneer Technology Center
Seminar Center
2101 North Ash Street

Wednesday, July 20, 2011:

Stillwater Town Hall Meeting
9:00-10:00         
Stillwater Public Library
Reception Area
1107 South Duck

Cushing Town Hall Meeting
11:00-12:00      
Spirit Bank
Community Room
300 North Harrison Avenue

Guthrie Town Hall Meeting
2:00-3:00           
Guthrie Job Corps Center
3106 West University

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