On Tuesday, April 12, fourth graders from Davis County visited the Capitol. The students were accompanied by their teachers Leslie Ray, Hannah Robison, Melinda Replogle, and Melia Piper.
Last weekend many of us gathered with our families to celebrate Easter. As we gather with our loved ones we should not forget that our faith brings us together on Continue Reading →
Saturday morning we had the last of the series of the Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce Legislative Forums. I was pleased to see high school students as guests of chamber Continue Reading →
I was impressed by the turnout at the Davis, Jefferson, and Van Buren county conventions this weekend. I traveled to the conventions without Diane. Diane was called in for babysitting Continue Reading →
There were a number of events in Fairfield this past weekend. I attended the Southeast Iowa Farm Show that had over 60 exhibits. My wife and I went to country Continue Reading →
State Representative Curt Hanson of Fairfield announced today that he will seek re-election to the Iowa House of Representatives for House District 82 which includes Davis, Jefferson, and Van Buren counties.
Hanson is currently serving his fourth term in the Iowa House. He serves as ranking member of the Natural Resources Committee and also serves on Agriculture, Environmental Protection, Education and the Education Appropriations Subcommittee.
Rep. Hanson is a retired driver’s education teacher at Fairfield High School and was named Fairfield Teacher of the Year in 1994. He and his wife Diane live in Fairfield and have two grown children and five grandchildren. Hanson is the former president of the Iowa Association of Safety Education, and the former business manager of the Iowa Association of Safety Education. He is a member of the First United Methodist Church, the Fairfield Kiwanis, and the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce.
Diane and I spent an evening at the Sondheim Theater enjoying a unique experience as we listened to a Ukulele Orchestra from New Zealand. The theater was nearly full and Continue Reading →
Isn’t modern medicine wonderful? My plans for the past weekend were greatly changed upon receiving a Friday call from the Fairfield Clinic. It seems my lab tests showed an irregularity Continue Reading →