On Tuesday, August 27, Congressman Adam Smith (D-09) will be in Yelm to meet with the Yelm Chamber of Commerce and then for a roundtable meeting with Yelm’s elected and community leaders.
The Yelm Chamber of Commerce has invited Congressman Smith to talk about the current state of affairs in Congress and to update them on issues of concern to the Yelm area including health care, transportation, veterans affairs, homeland security and the war on terrorism.
After the Chamber meeting, Congressman Smith has invited elected and community leaders for a conversation about the current state of affairs in Yelm. He will also get a brief update on the Y3 project from city staff.
Members of the media are invited and encouraged to attend both the Chamber meeting and the roundtable with Yelm’s leaders. For further information or to speak with Smith during the day, please contact Katharine Lister at (202) 226-8454.
9:00a.m. – 10:30a.m.
Meeting with the Yelm Chamber of Commerce
Where: Nisqually Valley Moose Lodge, Yelm
10:30a.m. – 11:30a.m.
Meeting with elected and community leaders from Yelm. Invitees include Mayor Rivas, City Councilmembers, State Rep. Richard DeBolt (20th District), Police Chief Todd Stancil, County Commissioner Diane Oberquell, Superintendent of Schools Alan Burke, Sheriff Gary Edwards, Yelm Chamber of Commerce President Glen Cunningham, Yelm Senior Center Director Fran Sherrill and city staff.
Where: Yelm City Hall, City Council Chambers
105 Yelm Avenue West, Yelm