Rep. Brody stays busy during interim months

September 4, 2013

During the interim months when Rep. Mark Brody is out of session, his office remains open and Rep. Brody remains busy meeting with constituents and businesses in our district. He also attends Town Halls and community service events on a regular basis. This highlights some of the activities Rep. Brody participated in this month.

Partnership for Children, Anson County

Rep. Brody attended Anson County Partnership for Children’s “First 2,000 Days” event. At the event they discussed early childhood education and development for our community.

Fairview Town Hall, Union County

Rep. Brody attended a Fairview Town Hall to listen to council members and residents and answer any questions or concerns they had. He was pleased to see the Town Hall was packed with residents taking an interest and active role in their town.

SPCC Tech Center Grand Opening, Union County

Rep. Brody attended the SPCC Tech Center Grand Opening event and toured the facility. He also had the opportunity to speak with Tech Center students.

School Supply Drive, Anson County

Rep. Brody and his wife, Lisa, volunteered at the Anson County School Supply Drive to help sort and distribute school supplies for students in our community.

Upcoming meetings for small farmers:

Rep. Brody plans to host meeting in the upcoming months to discuss and address small farm issues. Meeting dates and times are yet to be set.

To contact Rep. Brody’s Anson and Union County office, call 704-575-5906 or email or