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State Representative To Speak At Breakfast



State Representative To Speak At Breakfast

September 25, 2001 - Texas State Representative Jerry Madden will be the featured speaker at the next Legislative Breakfast Series on Friday, September 28, at 7:30 a.m. at Collin County Community College District's Central Park Campus, 2200 W. University (Hwy. 380), in McKinney. This event will be sponsored by Independent Bank and is free and open to the public. This marks the second breakfast in the series.

CCCCD is hosting a series of morning lectures with prominent federal, state and local elected officials, called the Legislative Breakfast Series, geared towards encouraging community leaders and interested citizens to engage in constructive discussions on issues impacting the McKinney community.

This series, the first of its kind in the area, is being co-hosted by the McKinney Chamber of Commerce, the City of McKinney, the McKinney Independent School District and the Collin County Community College District.

First elected to the Texas Legislature in November of 1992, and now in his third term, Jerry Madden has served as a member of the house committee on urban affairs, the public safety committee, the rules and resolutions committee and as vice chairman of the elections committee. He serves District 67.

Texas State Representative Brian McCall was the first lecturer in this series. McCall was elected to the state House of Representatives in a special election in July 1991 to represent District 60. On September 21, he shared amusing stories about the workings of the state legislature, spoke about redistricting and urban areas, and previewed upcoming constitutional amendments.

The next event in the Legislative Breakfast event will be:

Friday, October 26
Collin County Judge Ron Harris
Sponsored by Dennis Baker State Farm Insurance

The series will continue over the next several months. For additional information, contact Linda Dixon, events director at the McKinney Chamber of Commerce at (972) 542-0163 or the Central Park Campus's provost office at (972) 548-6800.