State of State Luncheon to Feature Representative Dan Huberty, District 127 June 30

HUMBLE, TX — Partnership Lake Houston to host State of the State luncheon with guest speaker Texas Representative Dan Huberty at 11:30 a.m., June 30 at the Golf Clubs of Houston. Huberty will provide a recap for the 87th Texas legislative session and highlight bills that affects businesses in our region. This luncheon is presented by First Financial Bank.
 
Huberty has served District 127 in the Texas House of Representatives since he was sworn in on January 11, 2011. He has been re-elected to this seat five times and is serving in his sixth legislative session. Huberty was named to the House Committee on Public Education, as well as the House Committee on Licensing & Administrative Procedures, for the 87th Legislative Session. All of Huberty's achievements are indicative of his background in education and business.
 
Active in his community, Huberty is a board member of Partnership Lake Houston and Be An Angel Fund and is a member of both the Knights of Columbus and the Humble Intercontinental Rotary Club. He also served on the Humble ISD School board for five years before winning the election that sent him to the Texas Capitol.
 
Presenting sponsor for the State of State luncheon is First Financial Bank; platinum sponsor is Shell Federal Credit Union; gold sponsor is The Auberge at Kingwood, silver sponsor is Plains State Bank.
 
Reservations can be made online at LakeHouston.org/Events or by calling 281-446-2128. The in-person luncheon is $40 for Partnership members or $60 for guests. Deadline for registration is Wednesday, June 23. Reservations made after the deadline are subject to availability and will be at the rate of $50 for investors and $60 for guests.
 

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