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DEVENS — The Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce has announced that Lt. Gov. Tim Murray will be the keynote speaker at its sixth annual legislative luncheon. The breakfast will be held at the Devens Commons Center in Devens on Thursday, June 28 from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Area legislators and elected town officials are invited but the event is also open to the public.

“We are fortunate that Lieutenant Governor Murray has chosen to join us,” said Melissa Fetterhoff, the chamber’s interim executive director. “This will give our membership an opportunity to meet with the lieutenant governor and our other elected officials on issues that are important to the business community in the Nashoba Valley region.”

Throughout his public career, Murray has taken on the tough challenges of economic development, improving public education, protecting the environment and making government more responsive to citizens. Prior to his election as lieutenant governor, Murray was a three-term mayor of Worcester, the state’s second-largest city. Under his leadership, Worcester experienced unprecedented progress, with $1 billion of new economic development projects that are helping to transform an older industrial city into one that is well-positioned to lead and grow in the new economy.

The cost of the event is $20, which includes a plated lunch.

For further information or to register call (978) 772-6976, or e-mail

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