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Entry Title Date
Pfc Floyd K. Lindstrom Department Of Veterans Affairs Clinic June 17, 2014
Doug Lamborn, R-CO
"PFC Lindstrom was raised by his mother in Colorado Springs, which is part of the Fifth Congressional District that I am honored to represent. There, he spent much of his youth working summers on the Stratton farm and playing basketball. As a young man, he delivered fruit and produce between California and Colorado, while helping to support his mother and sister."
Paying Tribute To Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso For 36 Years Of Service To The Indianapolis Community June 11, 2014
Susan Brooks, R-IN
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to pay tribute to Rabbi Sandy Sasso for her 36 years of service to the Indianapolis community. The people of the Fifth Congressional District and the entire City of Indianapolis are forever grateful for Rabbi Sasso’s nearly 4 decades of community leadership and spiritual guidance."
Cpi’S 100 Percent Job Placement June 10, 2014
Glenn Thompson, R-PA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to applaud the faculty, staff, and students of the Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology, referred to as “CPI,” in Centre County, Pennsylvania’s Fifth Congressional District."
Honoring Mr. Jude Harrington June 9, 2014
Glenn Thompson, R-PA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor Mr. Jude Harrington, supervisory park ranger at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Raystown Lake, located in Huntingdon County of the Pennsylvania Fifth Congressional District."
Elk County Flooding June 9, 2014
Glenn Thompson, R-PA
"On Friday, May 23, following the flood and upon my return from Washington to the Fifth Congressional District of Pennsylvania, I was in Ridgway for a briefing by borough manager, Colonel Kim Zimmerman. Our mission was to analyze the scope of the damage, coordinate all levels of government, and determine the best and most efficient path forward to bring relief to those in need."

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