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Collins hosts constituents lunch in Dahlonega

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Georgia's 9th District Congressman Doug Collins has scheduled a lunch meeting with Dahlonega constituents next week, according to a press statement from Collins' Gainesville office.

The lunch meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 17 from noon to 1 p.m. at Picnic Cafe on the Dahlonega square.

Attendees will provide lunch on their own.

Collins will be joined by constituent services representatives from his district office to answer any questions about issues with federal agencies or processes.

For more information, please call Congressman Collins' District Office at 770-297-3388.
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