Representative Steve Andersson spent Veterans Day at two different retirement communities in the 65th District to honor and recognize veterans for their service.  Andersson visited the Holmstad in Batavia to participate in their 10th annual Veterans Day program.  There he spoke with all the veterans, and was able to thank them for their service and sacrifices for our country.  He presented each veteran with a certificate of recognition to further honor them and express gratitude for all they did.

“Every year we take this opportunity to pay tribute to those who proudly served our country on behalf of all Americans.  I am forever grateful for your strength and your sacrifice.  As your State Representative, and simply as a fellow American, I thank you for all that you did. I realize my obligation to carry on the American values our veterans work to maintain in their time of service, and also my responsibility to ensure that American heroes are taken care of now and in the future.”
State Representative Steve Andersson hosted an informational seminar on Medicare recently. The free educational event was held at the St. Charles Public Library, and open to the public, in order to provide a great resource to residents on how to navigate the often confusing process of enrolling for Medicare.

Medicare is complex, and Andersson brought in two experts on the matter to explain in detail what the program entails, as well as thoroughly address any questions or concerns.

“Because Medicare and the enrollment process can be daunting, I wanted to bring in accessible in person resources to explain the process and walk through the Medicare coverage plans to alleviate any concerns for new participants and make sure everyone has the best understanding of the various options available.”