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Luncheon with Nevada State Senator Buck and Assemblyman Andy Matthews

SAPNA – South Asian Political Network Alliance, along with the South Asian Bar Association (SABA), invites you to its luncheon meeting with guest speaker Nevada State Senator Carrie Buck and Nevada State Assemblyman Andy Matthews on Saturday, June 18th at 11:30 am at Mariposa Cocina & Cocktails, 2575 S. Decatur Blvd., Las Vegas, NV  [SW Decatur and Sahara]

The price per person is $20, which includes a specially prepared splendid lunch buffet.   A Q&A session will follow the short presentation by our guest speaker.  We hope to see you there.

Senator Carrie Buck currently serves as the NV State Senator from District 5 . Senator Buck is an Executive Director of Pinecrest Academy of Southern Nevada and President of the Pinecrest Foundation, a fundraising arm of the elite Pinecrest Academy. Before joining Pinecrest Academy, Sen. Buck was a principal of Principal, C.T. Sewell Elementary School. Since 2016 Senator Buck has been serving as an Adjunct Professor for Doctorate and Masters level courses in School Finance, Community Partnerships, and Education Policy at Touro University. As an educator, Senator Buck is committed to improving the educational opportunities for all children. In 2008, Senator Buck was conferred with a prestigious National Milken Award.

Andy Matthews currently serves in the NV State Assembly from District  37. He serves on the Government Affairs, Health and Human Services, Legislative Operations, and Elections. Before getting elected to the NV State Assembly, Matthews served as the President of a local Conservative think-tank Nevada Policy Research Institute. This election cycle, Matthews is running for the Nevada State Controller.

Regularly, SAPNA hosts a luncheon meeting and invites local and national leaders to share their perspectives on social, legal, political, and economic issues affecting Nevada and the United States.  The luncheon will provide a venue for community members to meet with elected officials and discuss issues concerning the community.

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