Dixon holding town hall forums

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SANDPOINT — Rep. Sage Dixon, R-Ponderay, will be holding a trio of town hall meetings Saturday, Feb. 25, in Bonner and Boundary counties.

All area residents are invited to attend to hear updates on the 2017 legislative session.

Town hall meetings will be held at:

• Bonners Ferry — 9:30 a.m., Providence Church, 6530 Washington St.

• Ponderay —12:30 p.m., Holiday Inn Express 477326 Highway 95 North.

• Priest River — 3 p.m., River City Christian Fellowship, 381 Fourth St.

Dixon, who is in his second term in the Idaho House of Representatives, serves on the Transportation, Business, and JFAC committees. He previously sat on the Education Committee and is currently serving on the Public Education Funding Formula Interim Committee.

The town hall events are sponsored by Bonner County Republican Women, Inc.

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