Victoria Kippes, office manager at Kennewick First United Methodist Church, was frustrated this week when she couldn't reach Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, but she had no problem getting through to Rep. Doc Hastings. She wanted to inquire about a vote on a nutrition program for women and children and planned to write about it in this Sunday's church bulletin. The church encourages its congregation to donate to the local food bank.
Victoria Kippes, office manager at Kennewick First United Methodist Church, was frustrated this week when she couldn't reach Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, but she had no problem getting through to Rep. Doc Hastings. She wanted to inquire about a vote on a nutrition program for women and children and planned to write about it in this Sunday's church bulletin. The church encourages its congregation to donate to the local food bank. Tri-City Herald
Victoria Kippes, office manager at Kennewick First United Methodist Church, was frustrated this week when she couldn't reach Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, but she had no problem getting through to Rep. Doc Hastings. She wanted to inquire about a vote on a nutrition program for women and children and planned to write about it in this Sunday's church bulletin. The church encourages its congregation to donate to the local food bank. Tri-City Herald

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October 10, 2013 04:41 PM

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