ER doc running for Congress to hold Fremont coffee hour Monday, invites citizens to share concerns
Rob Davidson, an emergency physician running for Congress, will hold a coffee hour to hear concerns and ideas from local citizens, at Koffee Kuppe in Fremont on Monday, Aug. 20, from 9 a.m. to 10a.m. Everyone is invited to drop by and talk with Davidson, no appointment necessary, about any topic. Koffee Kuppe is located at 46 W. Main, downtown Fremont.
“I’m excited to meet folks in communities across West Michigan and listen to them,” Davidson said. “These coffee hours are a way for people to drop in, no appointments needed, and share their ideas and concerns so I can better understand the issues that are foremost on their minds. I’d like to help be part of the solutions that can move our community forward. I want folks to know that as their representative in Congress, I’ll always be accessible and the door is always open to them.”
Davidson is holding the informal hour-long coffee hours in communities across West Michigan starting this Friday. Davidson has also held two town halls, in Zeeland and Wyoming. A third town hall is scheduled for Aug. 23 at Muskegon Community College.
Davidson’s other upcoming coffee hour is Wednesday Aug. 22, at Marge’s Donut Den, 1751 28th St. SW, Wyoming, 9 a.m. He is also holding a coffee hour in Grand Haven on Friday, Aug. 17, at Jumpin’ Java, 215 Washington, Grand Haven.
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