Dillon Fruit Farm in Lisbon
As part of his "Undercover Congressman" series, Bill Johnson worked at Dillon Fruit Farm in Lisbon the morning of August 18.
Drug Abuse and Addiction Prevention Summit in Jackson
Bill Johnson with Guernsey County Sheriff Jeff Paden in front of his department's "Be Aware" drug trailer, which he brought to the Drug Abuse and Addiction Prevention Summit. The summit was held at Holzer Medical Center in Jackson on August 17.
Free Dental Care for Veterans
On August 19, Woodlawn Dental Center in Cambridge held their second annual Stars, Stripes, and Smiles event, where they offered veterans and active military members free dental care. The entire office dedicated the day to serving those who have served us. Bill Johnson helped by registering and checking in veterans.
Sit Down with Seniors - Ironton
On August 12, Bill Johnson held a "Sit Down with Seniors" in Ironton at the Park Avenue Apartments.
Belle Valley American Legion
On June 1, Bill Johnson served dinner at the Belle Valley American Legion. The stop was part of Johnson's pledge to volunteer 100 hours to veterans and military related groups in 2016.
Connect to Congress
On August 11, Bill Johnson sat down with WTOV as part of the station's ongoing "Connect to Congress" segment, where elected House and Senate members provide viewers with the latest updates from both home and Washington, D.C.
Community Meeting in South Point
Rep. Johnson hosted a meeting with local officials and stakeholders in South Point on May 6 concerning the efforts to bring running water to the residents who live on Macedonia Hill in Lawrence County.
Blue Water Navy Veterans Legislation
On May 18, Rep. Johnson spoke at a press conference in support of the bipartisan Blue Water Navy Veterans Act.
2016 Sixth District Collaboration Forum
On May 20, Bill Johnson hosted his 4th Annual Sixth Congressional District Collaboration Forum. This year's meeting was held at the Dutch Village Restaurant in Columbiana.
2016 Congressional Art Competition Winner
Bill Johnson announced that Alyssa Santoro, a sophomore at Canfield High School in Mahoning County, will represent his office in the United States Capitol as a winner in the 2016 Congressional Art Competition. Her work is titled "Seeing Double."