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Governor Gordon Joins AARP For TeleTown Hall

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Brantley Sydnor

 Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon will maintain a December tradition of Wyoming’s Chief Executive talking to AARP Wyoming members when he joins AARP Wyoming for a TeleTown Hall at 11 a.m. on Dec. 15.

“Over the years, it has become tradition for the Governor to join us for a TeleTown Hall leading into the New Year and the Legislative season,” says AARP Wyoming State Director Sam Shumway. “We are very thankful that Governor Gordon has committed to joining us again this year and offering his perspective on both.”

Governor Gordon is Wyoming’s 33rd Governor, a Johnson County, Wyoming native, and the former State Treasurer. On Dec. 15, Gordon will talk to AARP Wyoming members about a trying year in the State of Wyoming that has seen budget problems compounded by COVID19. Throughout the pandemic, Gordon has been a familiar voice for AARP Wyoming, having taken part in two TeleTown Halls already this year to keep Wyoming citizens informed on issues in the pandemic era.

On Dec. 15, AARP Wyoming will begin calling out to thousands of AARP Wyoming members around 10:45 a.m. Anyone who does not receive a call from AARP Wyoming, may listen to the call toll-free at:  1-877-229-8493; and when prompted, use the code 16277.

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