This past weekend was a busy one for Representative Williams and her staff. On Saturday, Rep. Williams joined Ald. Bennet Lawson, Rep. Margaret Croke, State Sen. Sara Feigenholtz, and Congressman Mike Quigley for Ald. Lawson’s first annual Kid’s Bike Parade. On Broadway from Belmont to Wellington, kids and parents were able to bike down the street with their elected officials. These events are a great opportunity for constituents and elected officials to communicate, and Rep. Williams thanks Ald. Lawson and his office for organizing this event- it was a great success!
From the Bike Parade, Rep. Williams headed to County Commissioner Bridget Degnen’s Fall Nature Fest to continue the annual pumpkin painting tradition. Children of all ages (and even some parents!) painted mini-pumpkins to celebrate the start of fall. Visitors were also provided with information about the Climate and Equitable Jobs Act, a bill championed by Rep. Williams and passed in the House in 2021. Fall Nature Fest is another great tradition for the 11th District community, and Rep. Williams congratulates Commissioner Degnen and her team for this event’s success!