Monthly ‘Breakfast with Legislators’ starts Jan. 28

Randy McNally

Randy McNally

John Ragan

John Ragan

This year’s monthly “Breakfast with the Legislators” starts Monday, Jan. 28.

The series is held at the Oak Ridge Civic Center on the last Monday of each month while the Tennessee General Assembly is in session each year. It’s sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Oak Ridge, and it gives residents a chance to meet local representatives and ask questions about legislative issues.

The breakfasts, which include a free continental breakfast, are scheduled from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. in the Oak Ridge Civic Center Social Room.

Senators Randy McNally and Ken Yager and representatives John Ragan and Kent Calfee have been invited to the January meeting to talk about the legislative outlook for this session of the Tennessee General Assembly and to respond to questions from the audience, a press release said.

Ken Yager

Ken Yager

Kent Calfee

Kent Calfee

This is the 26th year that the League of Women Voters of Oak Ridge has had “Breakfast with the Legislators.”

The press release said the breakfast will be canceled if the Oak Ridge schools are closed due to bad weather.

For more information, contact League of Women Voters Voter Service Chairperson Hella Peterson at (865) 483-6262.

The Oak Ridge Civic Center is located at 1403 Oak Ridge Turnpike.



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