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SCVNews.com | 38th Assembly Candidates Forum at Next VIA Luncheon | 09-08-2016
Santa Clarita CA
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The Valley Industry Association
Invites you to join us on
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
11:45 a.m.
Valencia Country Club
27330 No. Tourney Road, Valencia
Members & Sponsored Guests:  Reserve by Thursday, September 15th, pay $45
After September 15th, pay $50 (if seats are still available)
Non-members:  $65.00

Candidates Forum
California State Assembly, 38th District

2016 is an unprecedented election year.  The Valley Industry Association has a keen interest in our local, state and federal elected officials, and as such, are proud to present the second of our Candidate Forums this year.  Please join us on Tuesday, September 20th to hear from each of the candidates for
California State Assembly, 38th District.Joining us will be:

Dante Acosta, Mayor Pro Tem, City of Santa Clarita, Businessman,
Community Leader

Christy Smith, Board Member, Newhall School District, Legislative V.P.,
SCV Trustees Association

Bring your questions!  Each candidate will have an opportunity to address the group and a focused questions and answers period will follow. 



Please RSVP NO LATER THAN Thursday, September 15th to the
VIA Office:  (661) 294-8088
or through the VIA Website: https://via.org/Calendar/EventDetails.aspx?id=866

With special thanks to our luncheon sponsors:
  City of SCV        
“No shows” or cancellations made less than 24 hours in advance
will be billed.
 Note:  Attendees without reservations will be assessed an additional $10.00 fee for the luncheon.

Special Drawing Prizes for this event courtesy of:  Signal Multimedia, Bank of Santa Clarita, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Mission Valley Bank, Point of View Communications, Marston’s Restaurant and the Valley Industry Association.    
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