5/20/2019 8:11:00 AM Montcross Area Chamber To Hold Business Buzz Breakfast With Mayors
Wayne Howard Staff Writer
The Montrcoss Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a Business Buzz breakfast next Thursday (May 30th) 7:30 - 9 AM at Gaston Christian School's M.O. Owens Worship & Fine Arts Center, 1625 Lowell Bethesda Road, Gastonia. The event is being sponsored by CaroMont Health.
Mayors from the six cities and towns in the Montcross Area of eastern Gaston County and the mayor of Gastonia will talk about important issues in their communities and respond to questions. For those attending, it will be an opportunity to learn about accomplishments and new developments on the horizon in the region and how the municipalities are working together to overcome challenges.
Cost to attend is $15 for Montcross Area Chamber members and $20 for others. Advance registration is required. To register call Andrea Schrift at 704-825-5307, ext. 3, or email her at email@example.com.
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