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Rep. Lightner hosted as speaker by Springport Cub Scouts

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By William Sassani | Jan 23, 2020

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State Rep. Sarah Lightner (R-Springport) at her swearing in ceremony in 2018. | Michigan House Republicans

Rep. Sarah Lightner (R-Springport) recently visited a Cub Scout pack from Springport.

In a photo published on her Facebook page on Jan. 8, Lightner is seen posing with 15 Cub Scouts. 

“Thank you to the Springport Cub Scouts for having me come talk to you guys about my role as a community servant,” she wrote.

According to her biography from the Michigan House Republicans, Lightner represents the 65th District. The district encompasses Springfield, Columbia, Grass Lake, Norvell, Rives, Henrietta, Blackman, Tompkins, Liberty, Leoni and Waterloo townships. All are part of Jackson County. She also represents Cambridge Township, which is part of Lenawee County, and also parts of Eaton County.

Lightner currently serves on several committees in the House. These include the House Appropriations Committee, as vice-chair of the House Appropriations subcommittees concerning General Government as well as Judiciary. She also is part of subcommittees for Corrections, Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, and also the Department of Insurance and Financial Services.

Lightner was elected in 2018.

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