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The Richmond Hill/Bryan County will host a “State of the Community” from 8:00-10:00am at the Richmond Hill City Center. The purpose is to give city and county representatives an opportunity to present on developments on the past year and strategic plans for the upcoming year.

“The RHBC Chamber is pleased to be able to present this event, which gives city and county representatives an opportunity to provide the business community with important information that effects their businesses and everyday lives. We have a lot of positive things happening in Bryan County and our plan is to make this an annual event,” said 2019 RHBC Chamber of Commerce Chairman Dallas Daniel.

The Forum will feature the following panelists: Dr. Paul Brooksher, superintendent, Bryan County Schools; Anna Chafin, CEO Development Authority of Bryan County; Chris Lovell, city manager Richmond Hill; Troy Pittman, Georgia Department of Transportation District Five pre-construction engineer; Christy Sherman, director Richmond Hill Visitors Bureau; Ben Taylor, county administrator Bryan County and Tiffany Walrave, Pembroke City Council. The forum will be moderated by Ralph Forbes, vice president/regional director Thomas & Hutton and board member and chairman of the RHBC Chamber Government Affairs Committee.

This event is complimentary to RHBC Chamber members in good standing. RSVP’s are required by Wednesday, February 20 and may be made via email: info@RHBCchamber.org or call (912) 756-3444. Seating is limited and no tickets will be available at the door. Cost for non-members is $25 and an advance registration/payment is required by February 20.