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Travel Blogs from Aurora
... City Auditorium. I got introduced around and hope I made some new friends and supporters.
Dawn and I particularly enjoyed the comedians. They really made us laugh! Then we hopped back into the campaign vehicle and drove home to Elkhorn for the night. It was a long and fruitful campaign swing!
Aurora is such a beehive of activity! After last week's business tours and campaign event, it was a pleasure to return for the well-attended Home and Garden Show and to meet with supporters and voters.
What made it extra special was that my interview last week with the Aurora News-Register was in the current week's paper on Page 1, so the new people I met were already somewhat familiar with my name!
... and how inspiring to see what the community came together to build.
We enjoyed the dinner and awards very much, as the contributions of so many people were apparent to Central City's health and prosperity.
I was happy to reacquaint myself with many longtime friends as well as to meet many new people.
Jam-packed afternoon in the ever-growing town of Aurora.
I got to visit the new, $11 million facility of the Aurora Cooperative. What a shining example of both capital investment and job creation in a rural community.
Enjoyed lunch with John Thomas, and toured a number of businesses in the afternoon. They were all great, but I was fascinated by the BonnaVilla systems-built homes facility, a division of Grand ...
This office will be our command post for the entire Third Congressional District. It sure makes a lot of sense to put our Field Representative, Bonnie Lokey, close to the action.
It's good to be a part of you, Grand Island!