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Monday, July 16, 2018
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDTerry Roth and Arlene Jones of Germansville gets help from Kailee Fisher with their paperwork June 21 at an open house held by state Rep. Gary Day, R-187th, at his temporary headquarters at the Good Will Trexlertown Fire Company, Trexlertown. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDTerry Roth and Arlene Jones of Germansville gets help from Kailee Fisher with their paperwork June 21 at an open house held by state Rep. Gary Day, R-187th, at his temporary headquarters at the Good Will Trexlertown Fire Company, Trexlertown. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Gene and Lucy Wyrwa of Germansville, were applying for their original birth certificates. Original birth certificates will be necessary to apply for “Real ID” driver’s license when available. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Gene and Lucy Wyrwa of Germansville, were applying for their original birth certificates. Original birth certificates will be necessary to apply for “Real ID” driver’s license when available. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Kathy McQuilken assists William Bushner of Upper Macungie with his paperwork at the open house. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography Kathy McQuilken assists William Bushner of Upper Macungie with his paperwork at the open house. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography

Gary Day has open house at temporary headquarters

Tuesday, July 3, 2018 by LOU WHEELAND Special to The Press in Local News

State Rep. Gary Day, R-187th, had an open house June 21 at his temporary office at the Good Will Trexlertown Fire Company building, Trexlertown.

Day moved his office following a fire in the New Tripoli mall where his office had been located.

Staff members Kailee Fisher, constituent outreach specialist, and Kathy McQuilken, district office manager, were on hand to help residents of the district with issues ranging from acquiring original birth certificates to permits for land use.

Using a variety of technologies, Fisher and McQuilken were able to assist the residents in their search for answers.