Jan. 06, 2015

Rep. Mindy Fee (R-Manheim) is joined by her parents, Tom and Jean Gates, prior to the swearing-in ceremony for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. 
– Rep. Mindy Fee (R-Manheim) took the oath of office in the chamber of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to start her second term as state representative for the 37th Legislative District.

“It’s a very special day, but the pomp and circumstance of it does not overshadow the fact that the oath represents a solemn responsibility to act as a voice for the residents of my district,” Fee said. “I’ve learned the ropes in my first term, and I’m excited to be part of a historically large Republican majority in the state House. Important issues like pension reform and paycheck protection need attention, and I think we’re all ready to get started.”

Fee, a lifetime resident of the Manheim area, worked as a sales executive for more than two decades prior to running for office.

The lawmaker maintains two district offices to serve constituents. The Manheim office , located at 47 Market Square, is open each weekday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Denver office, located inside the Denver Borough office building at 503 Main St., is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The 37th District has shifted a bit due to legislative redistricting. It now includes East Petersburg Borough and a small portion of East Hempfield Township, and no longer includes Adamstown Borough and East Cocalico Township. The rest of the district remains the same: the townships of Clay, West Cocalico, Elizabeth, Mount Joy, Penn and Rapho and the boroughs of Denver and Manheim.

Fee posts regular legislative and community updates on her Facebook page at Facebook.com/RepFee. Her website is RepFee.com.