Frank's Footnotes Newsletter: Taking My Jobs Message to Conway

Talking Jobs and More in Conway

I had a fantastic time listening to people in Conway today. My visit started with a tour of Alvin J. Coleman and Son in Albany. Then it was off to the Conway Village Fire Department, where Chief Solomon introduced me to his team and briefed me on everything happening in his department. After that, I was given a small business tour with Animetrics at MWVEC Technology Village.  My visit concluded by meeting with auto dealers at Crest Auto World.

It’s important for me to stay connected with people in all parts of the First Congressional District. I especially enjoy listening to New Hampshire’s job creators and hearing about new opportunities for helping them expand and hire more employees. I look forward to coming back again soon for another visit.

Celebrating Greek and Lebanese Culture in New Hampshire

Mahrajan is celebrated every year here in Manchester, New Hampshire. This event is known for its wonderful Lebanese food and many cultural activities. Last weekend, I attended this special celebration and met with many great Granite Staters. A special thank you to David Wihby for taking me around the event!

On Saturday, I also attended Greekfest in Manchester. This annual festival draws thousands of people from throughout New England. The celebration is full of great authentic Greek food and fun activities. Thank you to Assumption Greek Orthodox Church for hosting such a wonderful event.

Meeting with Goffstown and Queen City Rotarians

This week both the Goffstown Rotary Club and the Queen City Rotary Club had their meetings. I was honored by the opportunity speak at both. Rotary meetings are an important part of town and city life. They promote the importance of civic engagement within our communities. The work Rotary Clubs do to encourage humanitarian service and ethical standards within their local communities truly makes a difference. I enjoyed my time meeting with these two groups and I look forward to meeting with other Rotary Clubs throughout the First Congressional District. I applaud these Rotarians for their service to New Hampshire. From scholarships to activism, these groups certainly help to mobilize others and strive to make the Granite State a better place to live.