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Cascade Community Healthcare and United Way of Lewis County: Legislative and Government Forum
Author: Peter Abbarno
November 30, 2020

Cascade Community Healthcare and the United Way of Lewis County will be hosting the 7th annual Legislative and Government Forum. The Event is Virtual and details to participate are as follows:

The public will have the opportunity to ask questions on the chat features.  We will also have some mini messaging going 2 hrs before the live event on our YouTube channel. 

Each year, Cascade Community Healthcare and the United Way of Lewis County bring together charitable organizations, government agencies, and community members to discuss health and social services in our community. This is a great opportunity to learn and collaborate on solutions that are tailored for our community. I look forward to participating again this year and I hope the public will join us.

Peter Abbarno, State House Representative-Elect in the 20th Legislative District.
Rep.-Elect Peter Abbarno and State Rep. Richard DeBolt discussing homelessness and poverty with community health and social services providers at the 6th annual Legislative and Government Forum in 2019.

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