2011 News Releases

Attorney General Schmidt to visit Kansas communities

Release Date: Oct 18, 2011

TOPEKA – (October 18, 2011) – Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt will visit several southeast and south central Kansas communities next week.

“An important part of public service is spending time throughout our state to stay focused on what is important to Kansans,” Schmidt said. “I’m looking forward to keeping in touch with several Kansas communities next week.”

Schmidt will visit 10 counties next week, visiting with community leaders, speaking at meetings of community organizations and conducting listening stops in several local communities. The listening stops are open to the public, and all local residents are encouraged to attend.

The attorney general’s public schedule is as follows:

Monday, October 24

8 a.m.

Sedan – Listening Stop
Family Ranch Restaurant, 115 S. School St.


9:30 a.m.

Howard – Listening Stop
City Library, 126 S. Wabash Ave.


11 a.m.

Eureka –Consumer Protection Seminar
Attorney General Schmidt will visit with seniors about protecting themselves from scams and fraud.
Senior Center, 209 N. Oak St.


1:30 p.m.

Cottonwood Falls – County Courthouse Tour
Attorney General Schmidt will meet with county commissioners and other elected officials and staff at the historic courthouse.
Chase County Courthouse, 300 Pearl St.


4 p.m.

Newton – Tour Newton Medical Center
600 Medical Center Dr.


6 p.m.

Hillsboro – Remarks at Lion’s Club
La Cabana, 117 S. Main St.

Tuesday, October 25

8 a.m.

Garnett – Listening Stop
The Coffee Loft, 130 E 5th Ave.


10 a.m.

Burlington – Listening Stop
Burlington Development, 201 N. 3rd St.


12 p.m.

Neodesha – Remarks at Rotary Club
Mojo’s Pizza Pasta & More, 505 Main St.


1:45 p.m.

Fredonia – Listening Stop
Back Porch, 630 Madison St.


4 p.m.

Fort Scott – Listening Stop
Citizen’s Bank, 200 S. Main St.

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