Governor Phil Scott visits Ludlow Rotary Club

LUDLOW, Vt. – In a packed luncheon meeting of the Ludlow Rotary Club, Governor Phil Scott joined the group to meet fellow Rotarians and speak.

Growing the economy was one of Scott’s most important topics, while making Vermont more affordable and creating ways to keep young adults in Vermont.

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Gov. Phil Scott with Club President Tesha Buss & Kim Lampert. Photo provided

A point well made was, “6, 3 and 1.” Vermont’s aging population and stagnant population growth sees an average of six Vermont workers leave daily. On average, three students per day withdraw from our school, and one Vermont child per day is born exposed to drugs. Gov. Scott commented that he keeps this stat in the back of his mind and tries to improve the future of Vermont.

Scott is a native Vermonter from Barre and is the states 82nd governor. As a small Vermont businessman, he saw the need for positive improvements to Vermont economic, housing and health issues. This led Phil Scott to run for political office and today in the Governor of Vermont.

The Ludlow Rotary Club meets every Tuesday at DJ’s Restaurant on Main Street in Ludlow from 12:15-1:30 p.m. The club is active in local and international projects. New members are welcome. Please visit ludlowrotary.com for more info regarding upcoming projects and club news.

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