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Sunday Talk: Feenstra on the Past Week

In this week’s highlights, Randy is celebrating Veterans Day, the 1133rd Transportation Company, and Iowa Resident Celebrates her 115th Birthday. That and more — remember to follow my Facebook page by clicking here to stay up-to-date throughout the week!

I want to take the time to express my gratitude for all of our men and women who have served.
Our veterans are heroes and deserve the utmost respect and appreciation for the sacrifices they have made to keep our great nation free. I look forward to continuing to support our veterans in Congress any way I can.
Please join me in thanking and supporting our veterans!
1133RD TRANSPORTATION COMPANY DEPLOYED
On Sunday, 160 members of the 1133rd Transportation Company in Mason City deployed to Poland as part of Operation European Assure, Deter & Reinforce.
Our troops are the finest in the world and the bravest here at home. Our prayers are with them as they protect and preserve peace, democracy, and freedom around the globe.
LAKE CITY RESIDENT CELEBRATES 115TH BIRTHDAY
On Tuesday, Lake City resident Bessie Hendricks celebrated her 115th Birthday, making her the oldest person living in the United States.
She is a treasure to her family and our state!
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: HOSPICE OF SIOUXLAND HONORS LOCAL VETERANS WITH PINNING CEREMONY
Hospice of Siouxland honored Veterans in the community this past Wednesday with a lunch and pinning ceremony.
Thank you to this wonderful organization for all it does to support our brave men and women who have served!
We are government together, and I am here to serve you. Your thoughts, concerns, and comments are very important to me. Always feel free to call (202) 225-4426 or visit my website at feenstra.house.gov.
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