DES MOINES, IOWA (February 23, 2019) — Governor Kim Reynolds and Lieutenant Governor Adam Gregg on Friday released their public schedules for Monday, February 25 — Sunday, March 3, 2019.

The following events are open to credentialed members of the media:


Monday, February 25

Lt Gov Gregg visits Amana Woolen Mill

800 48th Ave

Amana, IA 52203



Lt Gov Gregg visits Rantizo

105 Iowa Ave, Suite 231

Iowa City, IA 52240



Lt Gov Gregg visits the Ramsey Building

225 E Broadway Ave

Keota, IA 52248



Tuesday, February 26

Gov Reynolds presents proclamation for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Governor’s Formal Office

Iowa State Capitol



Gov Reynolds, Lt Gov Gregg attend the Outstanding Teacher Luncheon

State Historical Museum of Iowa

600 E Locust St

Des Moines, IA 50319



Gov. Reynolds signs proclamation for 100th Anniversary of Girls State Basketball Tournament

Governor’s Formal Office

Iowa State Capitol



Gov Reynolds, Lt Gov Gregg attend the Give Back Iowa Challenge Award Presentation

Wells Fargo History Museum

666 Walnut St

Des Moines, IA 50309



Wednesday, February 27

Gov. Reynolds, Lt. Gov. Gregg to hold Weekly Press Conference

Governor’s Office

Robert D. Ray Conference Room

Iowa State Capitol


**Additional stops for the 99 County Tour on Friday, March 1st will be released next week**

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