Friday, October 05, 2007

Public appearances by Harry Mitchell this weekend

Edit to add time and location info for the appearance at the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce...

First, on Saturday, he will be speaking at the Arizona Green Building Expo in Scottsdale.

From a press release:

Congressman to Highlight Sustainability Efforts

SCOTTSDALE – U.S. Rep. Harry Mitchell will highlight his efforts to boost energy efficiency and create more sustainable communities at the Arizona Green Building Expo Saturday, October 6 at 11 a.m. at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts.

"Arizona has long been a leader on promoting 'green' and sustainable environments," said Mitchell. "Now, we're focusing on promoting sustainable communities in Congress."

Further information about the Arizona Green Building Expo is available at

WHO: U.S. Rep. Harry Mitchell

WHAT: Arizona Green Building Expo

WHEN: 11 a.m., Saturday, October 6

WHERE: Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
7380 East Second Street , Scottsdale

...Then on Monday, he will be speaking to the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce.

From the Phoenix Business Journal -

U.S. Rep. Harry Mitchell and the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce are hosting a forum Monday on the Tempe Democrat's plans to make federal capital gains and estate tax cuts permanent.

The forum will be held at the Chamber's offices, but no other details are currently available (like times! :) ). I'll post them when they become available.

Edit to add info -

Courtesy the East Valley Tribune -
The meeting of financial advisers and business community leaders is set for 10:30 a.m. at the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce, 4725 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 210, in Scottsdale.

The discussion will feature Jan Boughty, an independent insurance agent and financial adviser; Ken Lako, a financial adviser with Wells Fargo; Alan Langston, president of Arizona Real Estate Investment Association; Erik Pedersen, a financial adviser with AXA Financial Advisors; and Rick Rives, an accountant and business owner.

For information about the round-table discussion, call (480) 946-2411.

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