Loan and Investment board meeting, and media events top Gov Mead’s schedule

— June 2, 2013

The following is Gov. Matt Mead’s public schedule for the week of June 3-7. Unless otherwise noted, all events are open to the media and to the public.

Monday, June 3, 2013

9:00-9:30AM – Governor speaks at the 2nd Annual Wyoming Reclamation & Restoration Symposium and 30th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mining and Reclamation, Hilton Garden Inn, Laramie.

1:30-2:30PM – Governor and First Lady visit the installation of the Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition, Wyoming State Museum.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

7:15-7:30AM – Governor talks to Dan Dockstader on KRSV- Star Valley, 1210 AM.

7:45-8:00AM – Governor talks to Scott Mangold on KPOW- Powell, 1260 AM.

8:45-9:00AM – Governor talks to Val Cook on KNYN- Evanston,

10:30-10:50AM – Governor tapes an interview with Frank Anderson to air on KBBS- Buffalo,

Thursday, June 6, 2013

8:00-11:45AM – Governor chairs the State Loan and Investment Board and State Board of Land Commissioners meetings, Herschler, B63.

12:00-1:00PM – Governor speaks at the 65th Annual Wyoming Boys’ State luncheon, American Legion Post 6, Cheyenne.

2:00-2:15PM – Governor signs the Workforce Month proclamation, Governor’s Formal Office.

Friday, June 7, 2013

9:30-10:00AM – Governor talks to Joe Kenney on Fremont County Radio – Lander,

10:30-11:00AM – Governor holds a news conference to take general questions, Governor’s Formal Office.

12:30-2:00PM – Governor speaks at the 2013 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention, Trade Show and Awards luncheon, Little America, Cheyenne.

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