State Senators Peggy Lehner (R-Kettering) and Bill Beagle (R-Tipp City) will attend the 2016 Dayton Development Coalition Annual Meeting today where leaders from the region will discuss economic development and growth throughout Southwest Ohio.

University of Dayton president Daniel J. Curran will be recognized for his work and positive impact on the region. Major General Thomas Masiello will deliver the keynote address focusing on his work at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.  

WHO:       Senators Bill Beagle and Peggy Lehner
                University of Dayton President Daniel J. Curran
                Major General Thomas Masiello
WHEN:     3:00 p.m., TODAY, January 26, 2016
WHERE:   The Schuster Center, 1 West Second Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402

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