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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Morning with Grand Woods

Valley Partnership continues its annual tradition of an end-of- the-year reflection by the always entertaining and provocative Grant Woods.  The former Arizona Attorney General, prominent attorney and community leader will provide a morning of thought-provoking discussion about Arizona politics, education and business.

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The final Friday Morning Breakfast of 2016 is scheduled for this Friday, Dec. 16 at Phoenix Country Club, 2901 N. 7th St.

 

“Our partners always enjoy this final breakfast of the year,” said Cheryl Lombard, president and CEO of Valley Partnership. “And what a year it was. We expect Grant to provide his signature brand of entertaining and thought-provoking commentary on all that 2016 had to offer.”

 

In addition to Mr. Woods’ presentation, the community project committee will present a wrap up of the Nov. 5 event. This year’s recipient was Sunshine Acres in Mesa. The committee will give a short presentation on the event, giving partners an opportunity to see what their time, energy, and money accomplished for the children of Sunshine Acres.

 

Registration begins at 7 a.m.; program begins at 7:45 a.m. To register, please visit www.valleypartnership.org and click on the “Monthly Breakfast” tab. For more information, please contact Carrie Martin at 602.266.7844 or CMartin@ValleyPartners.org.

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Morning with Grant Woods Valley Partnership features annual end-of-the-year reflection with former Arizona Attorney

Valley Partnership continues an annual tradition with its end-ofthe-
year reflection by the always entertaining and provocative Grant Woods. The former Arizona
Attorney General, prominent attorney and community leader will provide a morning of thoughtprovoking
discussion about Arizona politics, education and business.

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The final Friday Morning Breakfast of 2015 is scheduled for Dec. 11 at Phoenix Country Club, 2901
N. 7th St.
“Our partners always enjoy this final breakfast of the year,” said Cheryl Lombard, president and CEO
of Valley Partnership. “And what a year it was. From advocacy initiatives for our partners to a highly
successful and record-breaking community project, it was a great 2015 for Valley Partnership.”
In addition to Mr. Woods’ presentation, the community project committee will present a wrap up of
the Nov. 7 event. This year’s recipient was Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona. The committee
will give a short presentation on the event, giving partners an opportunity to see what their time,
energy and money accomplished for the Florence Crittenton Girls Ranch in Scottsdale.

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Morning with Grant Woods

Valley Partnership continues an annual tradition with its end-of-the-year reflection by the always entertaining and provocative Grant Woods. The former Arizona Attorney General, prominent attorney and community leader will provide a morning of thought-provoking discussion about Arizona politics, education and business.

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The final Friday Morning Breakfast scheduled for 2014, the event is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 12 at Phoenix Country Club, 2901 N. 7th St.

“Our partners always look forward to Grant’s year-in-review. His reputation for direct and candid commentary is well-deserved and he always draws a crowd,” said Richard Hubbard, president and CEO of Valley Partnership.

In addition to Mr. Woods’s presentation, the Community Project Committee will present a Community Project wrap up. This year’s recipient was Arizona Foundation for the Handicapped (AFH). The committee will give a short presentation featuring photos and video from the event giving partners an opportunity to see what their time, energy and money accomplished for AFH’s Perry Rehabilitation Center.

Registration begins at 7 a.m.; program begins at 7:45 a.m. To register, please visit www.valleypartnership.org and click on the “Monthly Breakfast” tab. For more information, please contact Cecilia Riviere at 602.266.7844 or CRiviere@valleypartnership.org.

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