Date: December 15, 2010
Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Show map
Sierra Sky Ranch
50552 Rd 632
Oakhurst, CA 93644
Member Price: $20.00
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Our new Assembly person, Kristin Olsen, will speak at the first Oakhurst Area Chamber Economic Development luncheon on December 15th at Sierra Sky Ranch.
Kristen reports to Sacramento January and as we all know she has her work cut out for her. Kristen will share with us her major concerns for our district, what we can do to help, and her goals and tactics for taking on Sacramento on our behalf.
Seating is limited, so please make your reservation as soon as possible for the EDC luncheon with keynote Speaker, Kristin Olsen, on Wednesday December 15th, 2010, from 11:30 Ė 1:00 at Sierra Sky Ranch. Lunch is $20.00 per person.
There are also 10 business expo type tables available to
promote your business, product, or cause to the large group of business people
that will be attending this luncheon. Tables
are available for $75.00 and include two tickets for lunch. Please call the
Chamber office to reserve a business table.
A letter from Kristen:
I want to bring common sense back to Sacramento.
California is a beautiful place, but state government has made it a tough place to live and work. We must focus on immediate ways to improve the business climate in California in order to bring long-awaited economic momentum and jobs back to our once-prestigious state. !ere will be no true relief until we are able to coalesce around common goals and work together to solve major challenges like our budget crisis, our education system, and our extreme regulatory environment. We have so much potential that needs to be harvested, and the only way to do so is to focus and make tough decisions that will benefit us long-term.
As a member of the Modesto City Council, I have personal experience in local government, and I plan to translate my experience on the local level to create true reform and relief at the state level. I plan to verse myself in the pertinent issues affecting our residents, so that each decision and vote I make is in the best interest of the 25th District and the posterity of our state.
Being a voice for parts of six counties in our state is a job that I donít take lightly. I plan to return home to my family in the district each night so that I stay connected to my community and the people I represent. I will continue to be accessible and responsive to constituents. I know our state can rise again in prominence, and I am honored to have the opportunity to play a part in its recovery.
Thank you for your support, and I look forward to working with you.
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