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Chamber of Commerce to present State of the City breakfast and forum

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The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce will present a State of the City breakfast forum on Tuesday, September 27th from 7:30-9:30am at the Frisbie Community Education & Conference Center. Due to the pandemic, this is the first State of the City forum since 2019.

Sponsored by Eversource, this State of the City program will feature an update and an opportunity to learn about Rochester’s future by Rochester Mayor Paul Callaghan and City Manager Blaine Cox. Several city department heads will be introduced and provide information on their roles. Tim Jones, CEO of Frisbie Memorial Hospital, will also provide information and an update on the hospital.

The event is being hosted by Frisbie Memorial Hospital, at the Frisbie Community Education & Conference Center, located on the Frisbie Memorial Hospital campus at 11 Whitehall Road in Rochester.

This breakfast forum is open to both Chamber members and the public. The cost to attend is $25. For more information or to make a reservation, visit the Chamber website at rochesternh.org/city or call the Chamber office at 603-332-5080.

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