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Chamber of Commerce to host Federal Political Forum

Posted: Sep 14, 2015



NEWS RELEASE

For immediate release – September 11, 2015

 

All Candidates Forum in Lacombe

Tuesday October 6, 2015
(Lacombe, Alberta)

 

The Lacombe and District Chamber of Commerce will host the 2015 Federal Election Forum at the Lacombe Memorial Centre Tuesday October 6, 2105 at 7:00pm. Doug Hart – NDP, Jeff Rock, Liberal, Blaine Calkins – PC will all be in attendance.

The Forum will be moderated by Ken Kobly, President and CEO of the Alberta Chambers of Commerce. It will be carried out under the supervision of the 2015 Chamber Board and Political Action Committee with the help of volunteers to act as timekeepers, greeters, and scrutinizers. The public are welcome to submit written questions on paper provided at the event. The questions will vetted by scrutinizers and presented by the Moderator to the candidates on behalf of the public.

The forum will take place in the Centennial Hall at the LMC. Doors open to the public at 6:30pm. No political signs are allowed inside the Lacombe Memorial Centre or Centennial Hall. The forum concludes promptly at 9:00pm.

Complete forum Rules and Regulations can be obtained through the Chamber office. Additional questions can be directed to info(at)lacombechamber.ca or call (403) 782-4300.

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For more information contact:

Monica Bartman, Executive Director
Lacombe & District Chamber of Commerce
monica(at)lacombechamber.ca

(403) 782-4300

 

About the Lacombe & District Chamber of Commerce

The Lacombe & District Chamber of Commerce, its Board of Directors and staff members have been dedicated to supporting and providing services to small, industrial and agricultural business for over 100 years. Using a successful grass roots leadership style, the Board now focuses on renewing relationships and solidifying strategic alliances with key community players in a way that will best support the evolution of Lacombe & area’s robust business climate.

 

For more information about the Lacombe & District Chamber of Commerce, please visit www.lacombechamber.ca .

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