On Thursday Gus was a guest on WTBN 's Drive Time with Bill Bunkley. He joined a panel discussion on Health Care reform with Dr. Jim Rowsey, Legislative Aid for Medical Legislation for U.S. Senator Tom Corbin.
This morning, Gus met with last year's Congressional Art Competition winner, Lindsey Rapp, of Safety Harbor. Her painting, “Borders” has spent the past year hanging in the walk way to the Capitol building in Washington, D.C.
On Saturday morning over 500 people attended Gus's Foreclosure Assistance Workshop in Palm Harbor. Gus brought together leaders in home finance to aid families and individuals in navigating these uncertain times. The event provided an opportunity for families to meet with their lenders one on one to discuss their options.
On Wednesday morning Gus visited the monthly Men's forum at Stratford Court of Palm Harbor, a Sunrise Senior Living Retirement Community.
On Thursday, Gus attended the American Conservative Union 's award reception where he received the designation of 'ACU Conservative' for his steadfast commitment to our nation's constitution.
Today, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued the 2009 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook. National Weather Service forecasters expect a "near-normal'' hurricane season this year, with a 70 percent chance of nine to 14 named storms:
Throughout this great nation’s storied history, brave men and women have answered the call to defend our freedoms and way of life. Tragically, some have made the ultimate sacrifice by giving their lives in defense of our liberty, and their sacrifices serve as a constant reminder of the high cost of freedom and the hope for a safer, more peaceful world.