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On April 6, 2013 from 8:00 – 10:30 a.m. at Susan’s Kitchenette, Filipino American Community Action Group (“Fil-AM CAG”) will host their “23rd Annual State Legislative Breakfast Update”.
For almost 25 years, Fil-Am CAG’s location in the community has been to provide non-partisan advocacy in a plethora of areas such as socio-economic, political, educational etc The organization is issue-driven as opposed to ideologically motivated and provides current updates on topics from school board to the police department in their end of the month meetings at Salem Middle School (last Tuesday of the month).
Confirmed guests are State Senator Frank Wagner, Delegate Bob Tata and Delegate Chris Stolle. It’s highly likely that there will be other local and state officials in attendance – there are 2013 state-wide elections in Virginia for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General and change is in the air locally with 84th and 85th District openings to be filled along with a possible vacancy for State Delegate Bob Purkey.
The panelists will discuss and answer questions regarding the recent legislative session in the Virginia State Assembly.
Cost is $15 for breakfast, coffee and tea. RSVP by April 3 to Nony Abrajano.
Please go to Fil-Am CAG’s Facebook page for more information or questions.
Special Thanks to Cheryl Teope Burk and Nony Abrajano for the information to write this article.