MEDIA ADVISORY: ANNUAL STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS SLATED FOR JANUARY 30TH

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January 26, 2018
(Medicine Hat) On January 30th, his Worship Mayor Ted Clugston will provide an update on the City at his annual State of the City Address. This luncheon event is put on in partnership with the Kiwanis Club of Medicine Hat and the Medicine Hat & District Chamber of Commerce.
 
‘This event is always well attended and we are pleased to continue to co-host this event in partnership with the Medicine Hat Kiwanis Club,’ stated Perry Deering, President of the Medicine Hat & District Chamber of Commerce. ‘The luncheon has continually provided the business community with the opportunity  to hear the progress the City has made over the past year as well as the direction for this upcoming year.’
 
During his address, Mayor Clugston will reflect on the newly elected City Council, provide highlights from 2017 and look forward to 2018 with Council’s five Strategic Priorities.
 
‘The Kiwanis have always appreciated the partnership with the Chamber in hosting the Mayor’s State of the City Address’ stated Ken Sauer, Medicine Hat Kiwanis Club. ‘Attendees find this event to be interesting, informative, and are most satisfied with the experience.’
 
Event Details:
State of the City Address
January 30th
Doors open at 11:30 am with the event starting promptly at noon
Medicine Hat Lodge

Please direct all media inquiries to:
Perry Deering, President
c/o Medicine Hat & District Chamber of Commerce
(403) 527-5214 ext.221

 

 
The Chamber of Commerce is a member-driven, volunteer-led organization, proudly representing the interests of businesses in our region, and working diligently to stimulate a strengthened and vibrant economy through our connections, support and influence. For more than 115 years, the Chamber has stood for promoting business, monitoring government and championing managed growth in the local economy. The Chamber represents over 800 businesses in our region and is aligned with both the Alberta Chambers of Commerce (ACC), which represents over 24,000 businesses and the Canadian Chambers of Commerce (CCC), which represents over 200,000 businesses. With the largest and most influential business organizations locally, provincially and federally, the Chamber network is the most unified, valued and influential business network in Canada and works together to shape policy and programs that will make a difference to businesses in our region.