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Chamber will hold breakfast event with state legislators

The Rowan County Chamber of Commerce on April 8 will host a breakfast event that features all of Rowan County’s state legislators.

The breakfast will start at 8 a.m. on April 8 at Trinity Oaks, 728 Klumac Road in Salisbury. The legislative breakfast is an annual event held by the chamber before the start of the N.C. General Assembly’s session. This year’s session, known as the short session, will start April 25.

Speakers for the breakfast will be Sen. Andrew Brock, R-34; Sen. Tom McInnis, R-25; Rep. Carl Ford, R-76; and Rep. Harry Warren, R-77.

The State Legislative Breakfast is sponsored by Piedmont Natural Gas. The purpose of the event is to hear from state legislators on how they are going to help move Rowan County forward.

The breakfast is open to the public; however, advance reservations are needed. Chamber member registration fee is $15. The non-member fee is $25. RSVP by April 5 to info@rowanchamber.com or 704-633-4221.

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