Kirkpatrick visits local leaders in Mammoth, elementary school in San Manuel

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MAMMOTH, Ariz. – Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., continues her tour across Congressional District One today with visits to Mammoth and San Manuel. Her public schedule for the rest of the week is listed below.

The congresswoman will attend a breakfast meeting today with town leaders from Mammoth and Oracle. She then will travel to San Manuel and visit with teachers and schoolchildren at First Avenue Elementary.
Kirkpatrick spent Monday visiting the Marana Aerospace Solutions facility, the Marana Food Bank and the Sanofi-aventis Research Center in Oro Valley’s Innovation Park.

Congressional District One is a massive, mostly rural district that starts at the Arizona-Utah border, encompasses the state’s northeastern regions and includes portions of Pinal and Pima counties in the south. Kirkpatrick has district offices in Flagstaff, Show Low, Globe, Casa Grande and Marana in order to properly serve District One constituents.

TUESDAY:  Mammoth breakfast meeting with town leaders
First Avenue Elementary School in San Manuel (10 a.m.)
THURSDAY: Gila River Indian Community ribbon-cutting (9 a.m.)
Arizona Oncology cancer center in Flagstaff (2 p.m.)
Tuba City Regional Healthcare meeting (3 p.m.)
Flagstaff District Office grand opening/open house (5:30-7 p.m.)
FRIDAY:   Tuba City detention center (11 a.m.)
Tsin’naabaas Hwabiteen Elementary School, Bodaway-Gap (12:30 p.m.)
U.S. Highway 89 site visit (1:30 p.m.)

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