This week, I was privileged to provide the invocation at the Chandler Fallen Officer Memorial Ceremony. It is an incredible tragedy when an officer is lost in the line of duty and I am grateful for all who serve Chandler and make it a safer place. Because of the dedicated men and women who serve, Chandler is made a safer community and I recognize our officer’s role in helping provide some of the lowest crime rates in recent years.
I was also able to attend the Law Enforcement and Firefighters 4th Annual Prayer Breakfast this week. This event recognizes the finest in our communities’ first responders. I was able to attend this event with fellow Chandler Councilman Terry Roe and the event included state leaders Governor Doug Ducey and Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery in its speaker lineup. It was a privilege to participate in this event honoring those who serve in Chandler.
This last Saturday, we had an incredible event hosted by Revelation Real Estate. I want to thank everyone who was able to come out to support my campaign and look forward to our next event. Thank you to Chuck Fazio and his wife for your support. Also thanks to JD Mesnard, Terry Roe, Nora Ellen, and Matt Eberle for Chandler City Council, it is always a pleasure to have you guys with us. Music entertainment was provided by Lois Zozobrado singing Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond
We had an awesome time at Revelation Real Estate! Thank you to Chuck Fazio and his wife for your support. And JD Mesnard, Terry Roe, Nora Ellen, Matt Eberle for Chandler City Council always a pleasure to have you guys with us. Music 🎶 entertainment by Lois Zozobrado singing Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond
Posted by Kevin Hartke for Chandler on Sunday, May 13, 2018
Downtown Chandler continues to grow and thrive. Last week a great new restaurant and event venue opened, QuartHaus! The ribbon cutting was an excellent introduction to this location and I look forward to having them as part of the downtown Chandler offerings. Check them out next time you are in downtown Chandler.