Congressman Bob Latta (R-OH) will be available for one-on-one meetings with constituents at the Mercer County Central Service Building, Meeting Room A212, 220 West Livingston Street, in Celina on Tuesday, June 28. From 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., residents can meet individually with Congressman Latta and discuss the issues that are most important to them and their families. Staff will also be available to assist with casework or help residents with any issues they may have with the federal government.
Residents are not required to RSVP, but should contact Congressman Latta’s office at (800) 541-6446 if they have any questions.
WHO: Congressman Bob Latta
WHAT: One-On-One Meetings with Constituents
WHEN: Tuesday, June 28, 12 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: Mercer County Central Service Building, Meeting Room A212, 220 West Livingston Street, Celina, Ohio 45822
Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) addressed a Joint Session at Buckeye Boys State on the campus of Bowling Green State University Friday morning. Latta congratulated the high school students for their participation and encouraged them to stay involved in public service and in their communities.
“Programs like Boys State help cultivate the next generation of leaders that will rise to tackle the challenges our country faces," said Latta. "It's inspiring to see the impassioned speeches and robust debate at Buckeye Boys State and know our nation's future is bright. I enjoyed the opportunity to share with the students my experiences in public service and encourage them to stay active in government at all levels."
Buckeye Boys State is an eight-day event sponsored by the Ohio American Legion to help young men learn about local and state governments. Buckeye Boys State is the largest Boys State program in the country with over 1,200 students representing 600 high schools participating annually.
Today, Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) helped welcome veterans to the National Mall as part of the Flag City Honor Flight’s trip to Washington. Honor Flights take veterans to see the memorials that were built in honor of their service at no cost to the veterans. The Flag City Honor Flight organization is based in Findlay and helps plan trips for veterans from around the region.
“We enjoy our freedom and way of life thanks to the countless sacrifices made by the men and women that dutifully served our country in conflict," said Latta. “The veterans on this Honor Flight were able to see up close the beautiful memorials that stand as a tribute to their service. Words can’t fully express our appreciation for their defense of our nation, but the Honor Flight program has been one important way to honor our veterans and their sacrifices.”