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Rockford welcomed a special visitor Wednesday afternoon as U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers stopped into Twenty-Two & Crew for lunch and to meet with local elected officials, dignitaries and citizens. Elected officials who met with Rogers for the luncheon while he was in town included Judge of Probate Richard Dean, Revenue Commissioner Debra Lamberth, Superintendent of Education David Stover, Sheriff Michael Howell, Circuit Clerk Anita Spivey, District Judge Carlton Teel, Circuit Judge David Law, and District 4 County Commissioner Ronnie Joiner. Having formerly represented Coosa County, Rogers will once again represent Coosa County beginning January 3, 2023, based on redistricting of the state’s congressional districts based on census data.
Rogers made the following statement regarding Wednesday’s visit, “It was wonderful to be in Rockford today, and I truly appreciate the folks who took time out of their busy days to visit with me at Twenty-Two & Crew. I am delighted to be welcoming all of Coosa County into the Third Congressional District.” Photo by Christa Jennings