Kyndle offering trip to see state capitol, legislature
Kyndle is heading to the state capital, and you’re invited to come along.
Kyndle Day in Frankfort will take place Tuesday, Feb. 28. While there, the Kyndle visitors will dine with our area’s legislators and some members of the Republican and Democratic leadership in a private dining room at the capitol cafeteria.
The legislators who represent one or more of the Kyndle counties of Henderson, McLean, Union and Webster counties have been invited , including state Sens. Dorsey Ridley and Joe Bowen and state Reps. Robby Mills, Suzanne Miles and Jim Gooch.
Afterward, the group will be provided a one-hour guided tour of the 117-year-old capitol building.
Then the group will be provided gallery passes so they can observe sessions of the full state House of Representatives and state Senate.
“Visiting the capital when the General Assembly is in session is really ideal because you can get a glimpse of the workings of the legislative branch as well as tour the capitol where the governor’s office is located,” Kyndle CEO Tony Iriti said. “This has been a popular trip for our stakeholders in the past, and we’re pleased to offer it again this year.”
The Kyndle group will depart Henderson at 7:30 a.m. Feb. 28 from the lower portion of the Big Rivers Electric Corp. parking lot near Water Street. It will return to Henderson at approximately 6 p.m.
The cost is $30, which includes transportation and lunch.
For reservations, contact Kyndle at 270-826-7505 or email@example.com.
Kyndle is the chamber of commerce for Henderson and Henderson County and the lead regional economic development organization for Henderson, McLean, Union and Webster counties.