Cicilline Announces Four Community Conversations

Monday, March 6, 2017

WASHINGTON – U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline (D-RI) today announced that he will be hosting a series of Community Conversations across the First Congressional District of Rhode Island during the months of March and April. The four scheduled Community Conversations will offer constituents an opportunity to speak directly with Cicilline and to hear from him about his work in Congress.

“These Community Conversations offer a great opportunity for Rhode Islanders to gather together and discuss how the federal government can best serve their interests and represent their values,” said Cicilline. “Every one of my constituents deserves to have their voice heard in Washington, and I look forward to great conversations about how to improve the lives of the people of Rhode Island.”

The Community Conversations are free and open to the public and media. They will be held in  Pawtucket, Cumberland, Barrington and Portsmouth. Members of the public who would like to RSVP should email Annie.Pease@mail.house.gov or call 401-729-5600. Learn more here. Full details are as follows:

 

WHAT:           Community Conversation in Pawtucket

WHERE:        Jenks Junior High School

350 Division Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860

WHEN:           Saturday, March 25th

                        3:30 PM

 

WHAT:           Community Conversation in Cumberland

WHERE:        Cumberland High School

2600 Mendon Road
Cumberland, RI 02864

WHEN:           Saturday, April 1st

                        3:30 PM

 

WHAT:           Community Conversation in Barrington

WHERE:        Barrington High School

220 Lincoln Avenue
Barrington, RI 02806

WHEN:           Tuesday, April 11th

                        6:30 PM

 

WHAT:           Community Conversation in Portsmouth

WHERE:        Portsmouth Middle School

125 Jepson Lane
Portsmouth, RI 02871

WHEN:           Saturday, April 22nd

3:30 PM

 

 

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