INTERVIEW Magan Bartlett Explain State Of Our Communities

by | Apr 20, 2017 | Business, City News, County News, Crime, Cullman, Cullman City, Get Smart, Interviews, People, Politics, Public Safety

INTERVIEW Magan Bartlett Explain State Of Our Communities

INTERVIEW Magan Bartlett Explain State Of Our Communities

The Cullman Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for perhaps the largest and certainly the most informative event of the year on Friday: ‘State of Our Communities’.

In this comprehensive interview, Magan Bartlet explains everything you need to know about Friday’s 2017 Chick-fil-A State of Our Communities.

Magan is the Director of Member Services at the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center.

The “Chick-fil-A State of Our Communities” is FREE to the public.

The Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce’s Governmental Affairs Committee would like to invite you to the inaugural “Chick-fil-A State of Our Communities,” an all-day event featuring guest speakers, panel discussions, and breakout rooms, on Friday, April 21 at the Cullman Civic Center.

The roster of top flight Cullman area speakers is impressive:

EDUCATION:
Susan Patterson
Shane Barnette
Vicki Karolewics

HEALTHCARE:
Lorri Lee
James Clements
Chris Van Dyke

LOCAL GOVERNMENT:
Kenneth Walker
Woody Jacobs

LAW ENFORCEMENT:
Kenny Culpepper
Matt Gentry
Bob Long

INTERVIEW Magan Bartlett Explain State Of Our Communities

Doors will open at 7:30 a.m.

Major session topics include the State of Education, State of Healthcare, State of Local Government and State of Public Safety. There will also be a “Meet Your Local Mayors” session at 1 p.m.

Representatives from agencies and organizations related to human services, utilities, tourism and recreation, and the Chamber will be set up in the breakout rooms and provide information/demonstrations to visitors until the event concludes at 3:30 p.m.

Attendees do have the opportunity to purchase an All-Access Pass for $50, which includes priority seating, breakfast, lunch, hospitality room access and a swag bag. Breakfast ($15) and lunch ($20) can also be purchased separately.

Cullman Civic Center

INTERVIEW Magan Bartlett Explain State Of Our Communities

Most Recent Stories On Cullman Today

TODAY: Longest Day Of The Year – Summer Solstice 2018

TODAY: LONGEST DAY OF THE YEAR Summer Solstice 2018 Today - June 21st - will be the longest day of the year for 2018. This day is called the Summer Solstice. The summer solstice occurs when the sun is directly over the Tropic of Cancer or 23.5° north latitude. This...

ISIS TERRORIST Living Within Short Driving Distance To Cullman Sentenced

ISIS TERRORIST Living Within Short Driving Distance To Cullman Sentenced You may recall our report from March concerning admitted ISIS Terrorist and Huntsville resident, Aziz Ihab Sayyed: ISIS TERRORIST WITHIN SHORT DRIVING DISTANCE TO CULLMAN Busted In Undercover...

ABIGAIL’S WAGGIN’ TAILS Cullman’s Ultimate Full-Service Pet Resort and Spa

ABIGAIL'S WAGGIN' TAILS Cullman's Ultimate Full-Service Pet Resort and Spa Located just northeast of the City of Cullman on the Gold Ridge Road (2645 County Road 1545, Cullman, Alabama 35058), Abigail's Waggin' Tails welcome's pet owners from around the area to an...

First Responder Dodgeball Tournament

First Responder Dodgeball Tournament The inaugural event supports non-profit Life Lines 4 Thin Lines Lane Horton Gymnasium on the campus of Hanceville High School hosted the inaugural first-responder focused dodgeball tournament in Cullman County history on Saturday....

2018 Cullman City-County High School Bass Classic

2018 Cullman City-County High School Bass Classic At daybreak on Saturday, a small armada of bass boats departed into the mist along the north shore of Smith Lake Park filled with high school anglers participating in the 4th annual Cullman City-County High School Bass...

After 65 Years US Korean War Dead Begin Returning Home

After 65 Years US Korean War Dead Begin Returning Home North Korea is returning the remains of missing U.S. troops from the Korean War era. Roughly 7,800 Americans remain unaccounted for from the 1950-1953 war. The Korean military conflict technically lasted from 1950...

Timothy Collins

Timothy brings an insightful holistic perspective as well as a mountain man tenacity to his various roles at Cullman Today. You can reach him at cullmantoday@gmail.com.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share With Friends

Share this post with your friends!