|Senator Clyde Chambliss Presents During Chamber Luncheon|
Local officials, Chamber Members, businessleaders and community individuals gathered at the Marriott Legends inPrattville for the event.
PrattvilleChamber Hosts Senator Clyde Chambliss at Monthly Luncheon
PRATTVILLE,Ala. – Yesterday,the PrattvilleArea Chamber of Commerce and Chamber Champion Trustmark National Bank proudly hostedSenator Clyde Chambliss as the guest speaker during the monthly luncheon. Local officials, ChamberMembers, business leaders and community individuals gathered at the MarriottLegends in Prattville for the event.
SenatorChambliss highlighted the importance of supporting education in our communityand provided an overview of the upcoming Statewide Constitutional BallotMeasures on the 2022 General Election Ballot including:
Heencouraged everyone to verse themselves further on these ballot items toprepare for voting day.
The2022 General Election is scheduled for November 8, 2022. Individuals can learnmore about the local elections on the Autauga County ProbateOffice’s website. More information aboutupcoming elections is also accessible on the AlabamaSecretary of State’s website.
Witheducation at the foundation of a community, Senator Chambliss also stressed theimportance of supporting current education efforts in our area. He shared howquality education allows students to not only get through school, but to thriveonce they graduate. Ensuring that teachers and staff have the resources theyneed prepares students for college and the workforce.
Communityresources regarding current education efforts can be accessed on the PrattvilleChamber’s website at prattvillechamber.com.
The mission of the PrattvilleChamber is to strengthen the business environment and our community. For moreinformation, please contact Marketing and Communications Director AllisonPowell at email@example.com call 334.365.7392.
Senator Clyde Chambliss highlighted the importance ofeducation in our community and provided an overview of the upcoming StatewideConstitutional Ballot Measures on the 2022 General Election Ballot.