State Rep. Timmy Beson, of Bangor Township, today invited residents of Bay County to an office hour event on Friday, Jan. 28.
Beson will host the meeting from 9-10:30 a.m. at Bangor Township Hall, 180 State Park Drive in Bay City.
The event is open to the public. Beson will provide information about his work in the state Legislature, and he looks forward to meeting with Bay County residents to hear directly from them.
Bay County residents can also contact Beson’s office by calling 517-373-0158 or by emailing TimothyBeson@house.mi.gov.
Beson represents the 96th House District, which includes the cities of Bay City and Essexville, as well as Bangor, Frankenlust, Hampton, Kawkawlin, Merritt, Monitor and Portsmouth townships.
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From left, state Sen. Kevin Daley, R-Lum; state Rep. Timmy Beson, R-Bangor Township; and Greg Buzzard of That Guys BBQ & Grill stand together at the Labadie Rib Fest at Veterans Memorial Park in Bay City on Thursday, July 28. That Guys won first place for both ribs and sauce in the people’s choice awards at the festival.
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