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Cole challenger Frugé to hold reception in Boyne City

Melissa Frugé, a candidate for Michigan’s 105th District State Representative seat, will host a public meet-and-greet in Boyne City next week.

 

The event is scheduled for 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday July 24 in Boyne City’s Veterans Park Pavilion.

The purpose of this event is to introduce the public to Frugé in her hometown of Boyne City.

She is challenging incumbent, Triston Cole (R-Mancelona) for his seat.

Come out to park Tuesday evening to hear from Frugé, ask her questions, and find out why she feels she can make a difference in Lansing.

Following introductions and remarks, there will be a question and answer session.

Everyone is welcome.

 

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