A lifetime resident of Huntingdon County, Mike Fleck was elected state representative for the 81st Legislative District in November 2006. During the 2013-14 legislative session, Mike serves on the Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Commerce (subcommittee chairman on housing) , Education and Tourism and Recreational Development committees.
Mike is a strong advocate for better educational opportunities for all Pennsylvanians and is fighting for tax reform and economic development to help make the Commonwealth a better place to live and work. He firmly believes in promoting agriculture and tourism, the two biggest industries in the 81st District.
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In 1995, Mike was presented with the first Huntingdon County Preservation Award for his role in the restoration of the Old School Baptist Church in Springfield Township.
Mike previously served as a district executive with the Oneida District, Boy Scouts of America. During his tenure, he helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for local scouting programs. Mike was active in scouting as a young man and attained the rank of Eagle Scout in 1991. In 2000, he became a Vigil Honor member of the Monaken Lodge, Order of the Arrow. He currently serves on the executive board of the Juniata Valley Council
In 2006, he served as chairman of the Huntingdon County United Way Campaign. He currently serves on the United Way board of directors. Mike is a 2004 graduate of Leadership Huntingdon County, a charter member of the Huntingdon County Young Professionals and the 2007 chair of the Junior Achievement Campaign for Huntingdon County. Mike also serves on the board of directors for the Juniata River Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau. In 2009, he was appointed to the Workforce Investment Board (PA WIB).
In 2008, Mike was honored with the Bob O'Connor Leadership Award for his service to Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania. In 2011, he received the Richard Crawford Award from the Saint Francis Small Business Development Center in recognition for his unwavering commitment to small businesses in Central Pennsylvania.
In 2012 Representative Fleck received the Tom Zuber Award for patient safety from SEIU HCPA for his role in protecting correction nurses within the state correctional system.
Mike is a 1991 graduate of Southern Huntingdon County High School. He received a bachelor’s degree in history with a minor in youth ministry in 1995 from Liberty University, and did substantial master’s level work in history at Shippensburg University.
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