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Summer In Review with Jamie Flick

As Republican nominee for State Representative of the 83rd District, Jamie Flick continues to uphold his commitment to be a strong advocate for our district. 

Jamie believes he can best represent the 83rd District by actively participating in community events and municipal meetings, visiting businesses, meeting with leaders in the private and public sector, speaking at events, and continuing his volunteerism with Little League, CASA and other organizations.  

Below is a short review of Jamie’s engagements over the summer.

Community Events

  • Jamie enjoyed attending the Lycoming County Fair and meeting with future constituents as he greeted guests visiting the Lycoming County Republican Party booth.
  • Jamie enjoyed speaking at the Freedom Festival held at the Savoy Plaza on Saturday and meeting with many engaged citizens. (There, he enjoying sharing a conversation about jobs and the economy with State Representative Carrie Lewis DelRosso, Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor.)
  • Jamie attended National Night Out -- an event designed to show support for those who protect and serve our community. Jamie was honored to meet with the Williamsport Police, South Williamsport Police, Loyalsock Twp Fire Department, Nisbet Fire Department, Duboistown Fire Department and South Williamsport Police.  
  • Jamie recently spoke at an event hosted by River Valley Health & Dental Center at the request of its president, Jim Yoxtheimer. Jamie also had the opportunity to meet with future constituents, dozens of employees and toured the facility.


Municipal Meetings & Local Government

  • Jamie attended a meeting with Loyalsock Township Fire Department and South Williamsport Fire Departments as they discussed possible regionalization of their resources.
  • He also has with Williamsport City Council President Adam Yoder and attended the most recent Williamsport City Council meeting.
  • Jamie attended the Union County Republican Committee meeting and appreciated the opportunity to speak with their members.
  • Jamie has met with Congressman Dan Meuser a number of times to strengthen the bond between our local district and our congressional representation. 
  • Additionally, Jamie has met with Congressman Glenn “GT” Thompson, State Senator Gene Yaw, Lycoming County Commissioners Tony Mussare, Rick Mirabito and Scott Metzger, and 15 State Representatives from across the Commonwealth. 


Education & Mental Health 

  • Jamie met with the new Superintendent of South Williamsport Area School District to discuss improving mental health services in the district.
  • He has also met with the Loyalsock Township School District’s mental health department.
  • Jamie recently visited Blast Intermediate Unit 17 to meet with their behavior health coordinator.


Business, Tourism & Energy Sector

Jamie is on a mission to meet with 83 businesses this year as part of his “83 for 83” Goal. Below are a few of the businesses he’s visited and leaders he’s met, including:

  • Jamie has met  with Chamber of Commerce president Jason Fink on two occasions to review the needs of the business community.
  • Jamie met with Marcellus Shale energy experts at The James Restaurant in Williamsport to discuss jobs, legislation, logistics and reducing red tape bureaucracy. Pennsylvania College of Technology was also involved in their discussions.
  • Furthering his commitment to promote and expand the energy sector in our area, Jamie met with Range Resources Corporation and toured a producing well site in Lewis Township.
  • Additionally, Jamie has met with Jim Plankenhorn, the president of Steppe, and Rob Labatch, the president of Hope Enterprises, to build relationships between local service organizations and the next State Representative’s office.


Military & Veterans Appreciation

  • Jamie shared an amazing trip with his family in Fort Benning, Georgia to watch his son graduate bootcamp and become part of the U.S. Army Comanche Troop 5th Squadron, 15th Cavalry Regiment.
  • Jamie and his sons had the opportunity to meet with and thank several boot camp graduates, some of whom will be serving in the Pennsylvania National Guard.
  • Jamie met with recruiters for the US Army, Navy and Air Force this week to thank them for their service and learn how he can partner with them to be a force for good as state representative.



  • Jamie joined fellow volunteers at Little League International in preparation for the 2022 Little League World Series -- he is honored to contribute 35 years of volunteerism with Little League as a coach, board president, and grant writer. 
  • He was excited to take part in the annual Little League International World Series team drawing with his fellow “Team Uncles” to determine which team they will host during the World Series in August. This year, Jamie will be hosting the team from the Pacific Asia region
  • Jamie was honored to participate in Susquehanna Valley CASA's 4th Annual 'Ride for the Child' Motorcycle Ride to raise money for children going through the foster care system in our area. CASA volunteers, including Jamie, are highly trained to be the voice of the child(ren) who are abused and/or neglected, and are involved in dependency court by no fault of their own. Susquehanna Valley CASA— Voices for Children., is a 501c3 organization that serves Lycoming, Northumberland, Snyder and Union Counties.


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