JACKSON — The Iron Mountain Democrats will hold an end of the New Hampshire legislative session meeting with state Rep.s Ed Butler and Anita Burroughs. The event will be held June 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the old Jackson library in Jackson, 125 Main St.

Refreshments will be served.

Butler and Burroughs will talk about some of the accomplishments and challenges of the 2019 legislative session in New Hampshire, and attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions about bills that were recently passed or voted down by the Legislature and provide input regarding new legislative ideas for 2020.

For more information, email Mary Anne Carpenter Orsino at maryanneorsino@gmail.com.

Meanwhile, the Mount Washington Valley Republicans have announced that announced that State Representative Glenn Cordelli will be speaking about Education Funding contained in the current House and Senate Budgets at 6:30 p.m. on June 17 at the Lobster Trap Restaurant in North Conway.

State Rep. Glenn Cordelli (R-Tuftonboro) is in his fourth term representing Carroll County District 4. Cordelli is a member of the House Republican Leadership Team as Assistant Republican Leader. He has been on the Education Committee in each term and has served on several study committees including the 2018 Education Funding Study Committee.

He was appointed to the NH Home Education Advisory Council and has served as the House member on the Advisory Council for the past two terms. He was one of the tri-chairs of the House Republican Alliance last term as well as House Representative to Volunteer NH. Glenn lives in Tuftonboro with his wife Christine, they have three grown children.

All who ares interested in education funding for Fiscal Years 20 and 21 are encouraged to attend. Dinner is at your expense, and socializing starts at 5:30 p.m.

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