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Legislative breakfast held

  • 8 February 2020
  • Author: Dan McNiel
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Legislative breakfast held
The public had the opportunity to discuss issues with their state and federal government representatives Monday when the Marlboro Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual legislative breakfast at The Skye. State house members Patricia Henegan and Jackie Hayes spoke, as did Rodney Berry of Congressman Tom Rice’s office and A.D. Jordan of US Senator Tim Scott’s office. Above, Henegan (center) and Hayes (right) present Bennettsville Mayor Carolyn Prince with a framed copy of a resolution passed in the state house commemorating Bennettsville’s Bicentennial. Henegan also presented commemorative decrees from President Donald Trump and Governor Henry McMaster, honoring the town.
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