Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Chamber holds meeting for elected officials and constituents at College

Randolph College hosted an event for the Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, December 6.

The chamber holds "Pancakes and Politics" every December to allow constituents the chance to talk to politicians in state government about the upcoming General Assembly session in Richmond.



A group of local business officials filled Smith Banquet Hall for the meeting, which included breakfast catered by Randolph College dining services.

Elected representatives talked about the state of the economy and several issues that they anticipate the General Assembly will face next year.