Chamber hosts legislative breakfast

augusta-chamber-headerThe Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Winter Legislative Breakfast at The Legacy at North Augusta (1410-A North Augusta Street, Staunton) on Wednesday, Dec. 19, from 8-9:30 a.m.

The participating legislators are:

  • U.S. Congressman Bob Goodlatte
  • State Senator Emmett Hanger
  • State Delegate Dickie Bell
  • State Delegate Ben Cline
  • State Delegate Steve Landes

Each legislator will make a brief presentation relative to their committee assignments and discuss other topics such as Healthcare Reform, Transportation Funding, Jobs and Employment and the “Fiscal Cliff.”

A brief question and answer session will follow.

$15 for Chamber members and $20 for General Public.

*Limited seating. Please RSVP by December 17th, to:

Wendy Shiflett at 540.324.1133 officeadmin@augustava.com

Special thanks to our sponsors: Verizon and BB&T.

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