TOMORROW: Rep. Sewell to Host Tele-Town Hall to Discuss COVID-19, Unemployment Claims, FEMA Benefits and More
December 15, 2020
MEDIA ADVISORY for TOMORROW – Tomorrow, Thursday, December 17 at 6:30 pm CT, U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-07) will host state and local leaders for a tele-town hall to discuss the issues most important to Alabama’s 7th Congressional District.
Joining Rep. Sewell will be:
Dr. Mary McIntyre, Chief Medical Officer, Alabama Department of Public Health
David Hicks, Deputy Director, Jefferson County Health Department
Fitzgerald Washington, Alabama Secretary of Labor
Suzanne Darden, Finance Specialist, Small Business Development Center of Alabama
Allan Jarvis, Federal Coordinating Officer, FEMA Region IV
Rep. Sewell and her guests will discuss the most recent COVID-19 government relief bill, the COVID-19 vaccine distribution, unemployment claims, small business resources, FEMA resources available to Alabamians impacted by Hurricane Zeta. Rep. Sewell and participants will also answer questions directly from residents living in the 7th District.
Sign up to receive a free call at www.sewell.house.gov or by following this link. If your call does not come through, you can call-in at this toll free number: 877-353-4701.
Details for Thursday, December 17, 2020:
WHAT: Tele-Town Hall
WHEN: 6:30 p.m. CT
WHERE: Sign up for a free call at www.sewell.house.gov or by following this link