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Eggs and Issues session is Feb. 6

The area public is invited to the 2015 Eggs and Issues Legislative Panel from 7-9 a.m., Feb. 6, at Cragun's Legacy Golf Courses in the Pavilion Room, 11496 East Gull Lake Drive, Brainerd.

The area public is invited to the 2015 Eggs and Issues Legislative Panel from 7-9 a.m., Feb. 6, at Cragun's Legacy Golf Courses in the Pavilion Room, 11496 East Gull Lake Drive, Brainerd.

All of the Brainerd lakes area legislators have been invited and will discuss everything from taxes to transportation, education to environment, and workforce to wellness.

The morning's agenda will include opening comments and introductions by Matt Kilian, Brainerd Lakes Chamber President; introductory comments by area legislators; question-and-answer session with legislators; and then closing comments from area legislators.

Attendees can walk up to the microphone to ask questions, or submit questions to Matt Kilian at mkilian@explorebrainerdlakes.com beforehand. There will be ample time for questions.

The event is open to the public with a cost of $12 per person for members or $20 for non-members. This price covers the hot breakfast buffet.

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To register, call 218-822-7107 or register on the Brainerd Lakes Chamber website at www.explorebrainerdlakes.com .

The Brainerd Lakes Chamber of Commerce represents more than 900 businesses and operates offices in Brainerd, Crosslake, Pequot Lakes, and the Welcome Center on Highway 371 South. The Brainerd Lakes Chamber's mission is to strengthen businesses that strengthen our communities. For more information about becoming a member, contact Kerry Holubar at 822-7121.

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