For Wo­mack, home then to West Point

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - NEWS -

U.S. Rep. Steve Wo­mack headed to the U.S. Mil­i­tary Academy in West Point, N.Y., on Fri­day for a meet­ing of the school’s board of vis­i­tors.

In March, the Repub­li­can from Rogers was elected as the board’s chair­man.

Fed­eral law cre­ated the board and put it in charge of mon­i­tor­ing the academy’s “morale and dis­ci­pline, cur­ricu­lum, in­struc­tion, phys­i­cal equip­ment, fis­cal af­fairs, aca­demic meth­ods, and other mat­ters.”

Wo­mack made an­other trip to West Point in May, at­tend­ing the school’s grad­u­a­tion.

Ear­lier in the week, Wo­mack also trav­eled around his district. On Wed­nes­day, he vis­ited a mi­cro­brew­ery and a med­i­cal waste ser­vices cen­ter in Har­ri­son. On Thurs­day, he met with dis­abled vet­er­ans in Rus­sel­lville and toured the town’s new aquat­ics cen­ter. In ad­di­tion, he spoke with mem­bers of the Arkansas Val­ley Al­liance dur­ing a stop at Arkansas Tech Univer­sity, his spokesman said.

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