Motlow Legislative Breakfast brings state leaders in education and government together

 Members of the Tennessee State Legislature and Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) recently met at Motlow State Community College's annual Legislative Breakfast. The state leaders were joined by local government leaders, members of Motlow's faculty, staff, administration and student body, and by members of the Motlow Foundation. Pictured, from left; Laura Monks, president, Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Shelbyville; Tim Rudd, state representative, District 34; Judd Matheny, state representative, District 47; Bill Ketron, state senator, District 13; Hilda Tunstill, interim president, Motlow; and Warren Laux, president, Tennessee College of Applied Technology at McMinnville.

Members of the Tennessee State Legislature and Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) recently met at Motlow State Community College's annual Legislative Breakfast. The state leaders were joined by local government leaders, members of Motlow's faculty, staff, administration and student body, and by members of the Motlow Foundation. Pictured, from left; Laura Monks, president, Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Shelbyville; Tim Rudd, state representative, District 34; Judd Matheny, state representative, District 47; Bill Ketron, state senator, District 13; Hilda Tunstill, interim president, Motlow; and Warren Laux, president, Tennessee College of Applied Technology at McMinnville.