Community Coffee with Commissioner Carrie

August 29

Oklahoma Commissioner Carrie Blumert will host a community coffee Thursday, August 29, at 5:30 pm at Farmstead Cafe at 116 South Main in Luther. This event is open to the public. Families are encouraged to bring children. Commissioner Blumert will give an update about the county government and her priorities. There will be a chance for guests to ask questions and share their ideas. Commissioner Blumert hosts a community coffee each month in different parts of Oklahoma County.

From the Oklahoma County website:

Oklahoma County Commissioner Carrie Blumert

Carrie Blumert is a public health professional with a desire to reform our criminal justice system and engage more young people and women in local government.

Before getting elected as County Commissioner for District 1, she worked for the Oklahoma City County Health Department for 5 years, managing health care partnerships and community based prevention programs.

Prior to her time at City County Health, Carrie worked for Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma and the OU Department of Behavioral Pediatrics.  She has a Masters in Public Health from the OU Health Sciences Center and a Bachelor’s in Child and Family Services from OSU.  She graduated from Bartlesville High School and is the first person in her family to be elected to public office.

Carrie spent the majority of her campaign for County Commissioner knocking on thousands of doors in her district, listening to voters, and educating the public on ways a County Commissioner can improve the community.

Her district covers central and northeast Oklahoma City, Spencer, Midwest City, Del City, Jones, Luther, Forrest Park and Lake Aluma.

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  1. I am encouraged by our current County Commissioners and their willingness to be in their communities. They are active across social media, visiting those for whom they serve and quickly reply to any questions or comments. Its is a welcome change to how things have been done in the past.

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