General Assembly Session Review
Speakers: Delegate Jennifer Barton Boysko (D-86th District) and Delegate Dave LaRock (R-33rd District)
Wednesday May 2, 7:00-9:00
377 Maple Avenue West, Vienna, VA 22180
Medicaid. Metro. A new Administration, and a vast new wave of Northern Virginia legislators. This year’s General Assembly has been full of drama, consequential policy debates and actions critical to Northern Virginia’s future.
Join us on May 2 to get the scoop on the key issues in the 2018 General Assembly with Delegates Dave LaRock and Jennifer Boysko. Don’t miss this unique opportunity for insights on the action-packed 2018 General Assembly and what it means for Fairfax, and Virginia.
We are fortunate to have Delegate Dave LaRock join us as one of our speakers. Delegate Hugo has had to cancel due to a conflicting obligation.
You must RSVP by April 30 to ensure a dinner!
Dinner Cost: Members – $39 Non-Members – $49
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Fish, Chicken, Beef, or Vegetarian
About the Speakers:
Dave LaRock was elected in November 2013 to represent the 33rd House District, including parts of Loudoun, Clarke and Frederick Counties, and the towns of Leesburg (partial), Purcellville, Berryville, Lovettsville, Round Hill, Hamilton and Hillsboro.
LaRock serves on the House Transportation Committee, the Science and Technology Committee and the Education Committee. He is also a member of three commissions: The Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, the Joint Commission on Technology and Science, and the Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability.
Dave and his wife, Joanne, have lived in Loudoun for over 30 years, building a successful family-owned general contracting business.
Jennifer Boysko is the Delegate to the Virginia General Assembly for the 86th district (Herndon, Oak Hill, Chantilly). She currently serves as a member of the Cities, Counties, and Town and the Privileges & Election committees.
Jennifer and her family have lived in Historic Downtown Herndon since 1996. A leader in her community, Jennifer has volunteered in a number of capacities including the Herndon High School PTSA Board and Sports Boosters, the Herndon Fortnightly Club, the Herndon Optimists and Cornerstones. She previously served as an Aide to Dranesville Supervisor John Foust. She staffed the Supervisor on all matters related to Economic Advisory Committee and Audit Committee and for all Virginia Department of Transportation Maintenance and Housing issues.