Monday, March 27, 2017

Governor Scott in Springfield today

Governor Phil Scott met this morning with residents of the Whitcomb highrise senior housing building on Mineral Street before attending a Springfield Rotary Club luncheon at noon.

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Have a question for the Governor? The Honorable Phil Scott, Governor of Vermont, will visit Springfield on Monday, March 27 to speak, answer questions and enjoy lunch in our community.

Brought to you by the Springfield Rotary Club in collaboration with the Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce, the annual Governor’s Luncheon is a longstanding local tradition providing our townspeople with an opportunity to be heard.

This year’s event will be held at the Hartness House – registered guests should arrive by 11:30 a.m. to visit the lunch buffet and be seated on time. The luncheon is open to Rotarians, Chamber Members and their employees. Individuals from the general public are welcome, but must RSVP as a guest of a member. Cost for the buffet will be $14 per person, payable upon arrival. Limited space available.

Please RSVP at or call (802) 885-2779 to reserve your seat.


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