Sen. Brooks Invites Residents with Federal Questions to Greenville Office Feb. 7

HARRISBURG – Residents with questions about federal programs and services are invited to the Greenville office of State Sen. Michele Brooks on Tuesday, Feb. 7 between 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. to meet with Ashley Franklin from U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey’s office.

“In our collective efforts to make government as accessible as possible, Sen. Toomey’s staff is ready to provide personalized help, especially if you have unanswered questions or are having difficulty navigating federal programs and services,” Sen. Brooks said.

“I encourage everyone, whether you are a veteran, a senior citizen, or a college student, you require assistance with disability claims, or you are otherwise in need of federal help, to take this opportunity to meet one-on-one with a trained Senate staff member who will listen and link you with services.”

Sen. Brooks encourages residents to bring any federal paperwork they may have with them to her office on Feb. 7.

“Sen. Toomey’s office will be here in my office, ready to help with any federal issues,” Sen. Brooks said. “And as always, my staff and I are always ready to help with any state-related issues or questions.”

Sen. Brooks’ office is located at 100 Hadley Road, Suite 9; in 3 Greenville Plaza West; Greenville, PA 16125.

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Contact:          Diane McNaughton                              (717) 787-6725

dmmcnaughton@pasen.gov