WEBSTER – State Representative Ryan Fattman has used the month of December to reacquaint himself with the town of Webster since winning re-election on November 6th.
“ The last few weeks, I’ve spent a great deal of time going around Webster to various community events. Webster residents are wonderful and have been very welcoming,” said Fattman.
Fattman said that over the past few weeks he attended the Webster Selectmen meeting on December 3rd to get up to speed on the issues facing the town, visited the town common for the Christmas Tree lighting, attended the Webster Lake Association meeting for a Biomass Assessment presentation by Ken Wagner, joined with Sheriff Lew Evangilidis in donating winter coats to the Webster-Dudley Food Share, rang the Salvation Army Bell at the Webster Price Chopper, volunteered at the “Webster Food Mob” event to collect donations for the Webster-Dudley Food Share, and served seniors lunch at the Webster Senior Center Christmas Luncheon.
“ I enjoy being apart of Webster’s community, and I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and happy holidays,” said Fattman.
Ryan Fattman will be inaugurated as Webster’s Official Representative on Wednesday, January 2, 2012 at the State House. He looks forward to hosting office hours monthly in Webster, and being active in community events.
- Thursday, 20 December 2012
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