POSTPONED: Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse Invites Community to Dinner Wednesday

The public is invited to Sen. Whitehouse's community dinner at the South Kingstown Elks Lodge, where he will listen to and discuss the concerns of local residents.

Posted Jan. 21 at 5:30 a.m., Updated with postponement Jan. 22 at 11:48 a.m.

A free Community Dinner at the South Kingstown Elks Lodge hosted by Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 22, has been postponed until a new date is confirmed due to the snowstorm that hit the area Tuesday into Wednesday. 

Check back with Narragansett-South Kingstown Patch for the updated date and time.

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During the event, Sen. Whitehouse will listen to the concerns of local residents and take questions. 

During the event, Sen. Whitehouse will discuss his fight to support small businesses, encourage job growth and protect emergency unemployment insurance for Rhode Islanders struggling to find work. He will also share his thoughts regarding the preservation of Social Security and Medicare benefits, as well as protecting our environment and local economy from the harmful effects of climate change.

"Listening to constituents is one of the most important -- and meaningful -- things I get to do as your Senator," Sen. Whitehouse says on his web site. "Hearing your personal stories and your ideas inspires me to fight every day for the hard-working families and small businesses of our state and that's why I make a point to host community dinners: for the opportunity to listen to you."

Anyone interested in attending may click here to RSVP online or call (401) 453-5294. RSVP’s are encouraged but not required, and the event is first come, first served.


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