Sen. Das to host Town Hall and Community Discussion

Feb. 23 at Green River Colllege in Auburn

  • Wednesday, February 12, 2020 10:49pm
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Mona Das

Mona Das

State Sen. Mona Das, D-Kent, 47th District, will host a Town Hall and Community Discussion from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 23, in Cascade Hall at the Green River College main campus in Auburn, 12401 SE 320th St.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for me to give you an update about how I’m fighting for our community and for all Washingtonians here at the Legislature, and for you to tell me what’s on your minds,” Das said.

No RSVP is required, but Das asks that if you plan to attend to email her staff at Maria.Jones@leg.wa.gov or post to the senator’s Facebook page that you are coming.

Parking is free on campus. Child care service will be provided. Bus routes 164 and 181 serve the Green River campus.


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