Present the 2013 Lamoille Community Series
Are you interested in what is happening in Vermont around health care, economic development, the state budget and what our representatives are doing in Montpelier? The Union Bank and Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce are hosting our second annual Lamoille Community Series to take place from October to December.
This is a critical time in our state, county and country for employers and employees. How will health care be funded in the future in Vermont? How do we lesson the “cost” of doing business in Vermont, so we can sustain industry and attract future employers and employees? There are so many questions, so we hope you join us at these upcoming events and voice your views.
We are currently looking for Session Sponsors for two of the individual events. If you are interested, please contact Cindy Locke at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-7607. All sessions will take place at the Stone Grill in Morrisville from 8-9:30am and include breakfast.
Session 1: October 29, 2013 – Health Care in Vermont ~ Sponsorship Available. With al the health care changes in Vermont and our new health care marketplace, now is the time to talk about the future of health care, the cost to Vermonters and Vermont businesses. Join Robin Lunge: Director of Health Care Reform as our guest speaker.
Session 2: November 18, 2013 - Governor Peter Shumlin ~ Sponsored by Lamoille Economic Development Corp. Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin will be our guest speaker and talk about the future of economic development and growth in Vermont.
Session 3: December 4, 2013 - Legislative Preview ~ Sponsored by GW Tatro Construction Moderated by the Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce. Join us and other business leaders to talk openly about legislative issues. Our local representatives have been invited to be in the audience. A brief statement by Speaker Shap Smith and Senator Rich Westman will begin the morning, followed by the discussion.Session 4: December 16 – State of the State Budget ~ Sponsorship Available. What is the state of the Vermont State budget? For the past three years we have invited James Reardon, Commissioner of Finance and Management Administration to address our members. Jim is well spoken, candid and has a good grip on where Vermont gets it revenue and where our monies get spent.
General Admission (three options)
Session Sponsor $275 (two available)
As a session sponsor your company, along with the presenting sponsor are the sponsors for one of the session meetings. They are described below. First come basis.