Schools the topic at State of the City lunch

Staff Report
Posted 8/20/18

School officials will join Mayor Herb Atchison Aug. 29 to talk about the conditions of the city and where it’s headed. Officials from Westminster and all three school districts that serve …

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Schools the topic at State of the City lunch

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School officials will join Mayor Herb Atchison Aug. 29 to talk about the conditions of the city and where it’s headed.

Officials from Westminster and all three school districts that serve Westminster will be on hand at the second annual State of the City luncheon, sponsored by the Westminster Chamber of Commerce.

Atchison is scheduled to present a general overview of city issues and then moderate a panel discussion with representatives from Adams County School District 12-Five Star Schools, Jefferson County and Westminster Public Schools.

The luncheon is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 29 at the Church Ranch Event Center, 10200 Westminster Blvd.

Tickets are $75 for chamber members and $80 for non-members and includes lunch. Registration for members is available online at www.westminsterchamber.biz.

This is the third year the chamber has hosted the State of the City meeting. It’s one of five key annual events the chamber hosts each year.

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