Entenman to host coffee, conversation Oct. 19 in downtown Kent

State representative to be at Cafe on Fourth

  • Monday, October 14, 2019 12:25pm
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Debra Entenmen

Debra Entenmen

State Rep. Debra Entenman, D-Kent, of the 47th Legislative District, will host a Coffee with Debra event from 1 to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19 at Cafe on Fourth, 124 Fourth Ave. S., in downtown Kent.

Entenman wants to hear from the community their views and concerns as well as challenges they face in the 47th District, according to a Washington House Democrats news release.

The 47th District includes parts of Kent, Covington and Auburn.

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