The initial series held in October featured school Superintendent Geneva Braziel, who delivered an update on the school system’s successes and challenges. At the second breakfast in November, Oconee Regional Medical Center CEO Jean Aycock provided an update on the state of community health care and local Development Authority Executive Director Matt Poyner highlighted the status of industrial development during last month’s breakfast series.
The Eggs & Issues program will continue every four to six weeks until May, where at the last program in the series state and federal legislators will be featured at CGTC’s new facility.
For more information about the series or to register in advance, contact the Chamber at 478-453-9311, or visit www.milledgevillega.com.
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