The Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce, The District and the Great River Economic Development Foundation will hold the next “Politics and Pancakes” breakfast at 8 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. This event is free for members.
Liberty village president Stacy Clark, Payson village president Chris Dever and Camp Point village president Daniel Mock will each give an update on their villages. Adams County Board Chairman Kent Snider will update those in attendance on projects and developments throughout the county.
To register, visit https://web.quincychamber.org/events/Politics-Pancakes-281742/details
For questions or more information, contact Bruce Guthrie, Chamber of Commerce, at 217-222-7980; Emily Lombardi, The District, at 217 228-8696; or Kyle Moore, GREDF, 217-223-4313.
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