Two Cherokee County residents Nick McMichen (left) and John Bert East (right) visited with Representative Mike Rogers in Sylacauga during a recent Third Congressional District Agriculture Advisory Council meeting.
Congressman Mike Rogers also reminds folks that he holds weekly events when Congress is in session that are open to any constituents visiting Washington, D.C. “Mornings with Mike” events take place in Rogers’ Washington office in the Rayburn House Office Building.
These meetings offer East Alabamians a unique chance to meet with Congressman Rogers while enjoying coffee and donuts in his office. “The weather and vibrant colors of fall make October a great time to visit Washington.
I want to remind anyone who will be visiting the DC-area to stop by for a cup of coffee. “I have always had my offices open to everyone across the Third Congressional District, but these weekly events give folks the chance to come in and share their concerns and visit with my staff and me. I hope people will take advantage of them when in our nation’s capital,” Rogers said.
The event is hosted in October on the last in-session morning of each week at 9:30 a.m. EDT in 2184 Rayburn. Anyone interested in attending should sign up on Mike’s website to ensure enough coffee and donuts are ordered each week.
The dates for the October meetings are – October 18th, 24th and 31st.