In this Edition:
2015 Kids Extravaganza
I will be hosting my first Kids Extravaganza and Family Expo on Saturday, October 17. The free event will feature information on programs and benefits available to help your family and children. Please RSVP at my office (610) 863-1200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Please be sure to check out http://www.pabreastcancer.org/. To draw attention to the month, I’m wearing pink with District Director Kristine Bush and Legislative and Research Analyst Andrew Armagost.
Thursdays on Gary in the Morning, Pocono 96.7
On Thursdays, I will be on Gary in the Morning 96.7 at 7:30 a.m. to answer your questions. Thanks to everyone who has called in so far, I look forward to giving you updates in the future.
Grace Park 10th Anniversary
Congratulations to Grace Park, one of our local senior living facilities, on their 10th anniversary. I’m pictured here with George and Tammy Loudon.
Stroudsmoor Country Inn Featured in Latest Episode of Legislative Report
In my October edition of Legislative Report, I sit down with Andy Forte, owner of Stroudsmoor Country Inn, to learn about the prominent Pocono resort. As a prominent tourist destination and prominent wedding and event venue, Stroudsmoor retains classic Pocono charm with some of the most breathtaking views in the Poconos. You can view the program here.
Beware of Local “Warrant Scam”
The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is warning residents of a "warrant" scam, according to a press release sent by the office.
The Sheriff's Office says it received several phone calls from residents who were receiving phone calls from a man saying "I am with the Monroe County Warrant Division and a warrant has been issued for your arrest because you have failed to pay a claim filed against you."
The Sheriff's Office says that the caller also says that if the resident pays a certain amount of the "fine," the warrant will go away. The caller has requested as much as $1,500.
The Sheriff's Office said it does not conduct business over the phone and that these calls are scams.
The Sheriff's Office is asking anyone who receives a suspicious call to note the telephone number of the caller if you have an ID System, to document the conversation and to hang up without giving the caller any personal information. Then call the Monroe County Sheriff's Office at 570-517-3303.
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