State Representative Steve Reick’s Coffee & Conversation Tour continues this weekend with a visit to Richmond’s Main Street Coffee Company on the morning of Saturday, March 2.
Rep. Reick (R-Woodstock) and a member of his staff will have a few tables reserved for guests between 10:00 AM and 11:30 AM, and those who attend can enjoy a free cup of coffee while talking with their State Representative.
“We had a great turnout for our January Coffee & Conversation event in McHenry despite some pretty ugly weather,” said Reick. “I’m hoping for an even better response this time. I’ll buy the coffee and listen as my constituents talk about their priorities and concerns.”
The 63rd District includes all or portions of 14 different municipalities, including: Bull Valley, Greenwood, Harvard, Hebron, Johnsburg, Marengo, McCullum Lake, McHenry, Pistakee Highlands, Richmond, Ringwood, Union, Wonder Lake and Woodstock.
The Coffee & Conversation events will compliment an already-existing mobile office hours tour that brings district office resources to local libraries throughout the 63rd District. By offering a variety of opportunities for public engagement, Reick is hoping to make himself more available to all of his constituents at locations that are convenient for them.
“My vision for these Coffee & Conversation events is that some will be solo events while others will be done in cooperation with local elected officials,” Reick added. “I’m looking forward to the casual conversations that will take place at the events.”