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Col. Richard Lalor from the Joint Forces Training Base to present at the November Cypress Chamber Networking Breakfast

Colonel Richard Lalor. Courtesy photo.
Colonel Richard Lalor. Courtesy photo.
The Cypress Chamber of Commerce will welcome Col. Richard Lalor from the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base as our guest speaker at our November Networking Breakfast. Our event will be held Tuesday, November 9th at the Residence Inn by Marriott at 4931 Katella Avenue, Cypress/Los Alamitos starting at 7:30 a.m. and will follow all current protocols for attendee safety. Col. Lalor will share an update on the bold new initiative to build a solar energy station at the base to meet the Federal requirements for alternative energy for military bases.

Col. Rick Lalor is Commander, Joint Medical Command, California State Guard and the Public Affairs Officer for our local base. He will give us an update on a variety of initiatives currently underway at the JFTB as well as discuss the future solar power project and what that will mean to base moving forward.

Colonel Lalor received his commission in the California State Guard in 1998 and has had numerous assignments within the California Military Department. He also studied Journalism at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, S.C. and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education from Curry College, Milton, Mass. His military education includes the Military Police Officer Branch Orientation Course, Military Police Officer Advanced Course (Phase 1) and Reserve Component Public Affairs Officer Qualification Course through the U.S. Army Institute for Professional Development.

Each attendee will also have an opportunity to stand and introduce themselves and share a little about their business before the program begins.

Reservations are highly recommended to secure your spot for the monthly breakfasts and can be made here. Cost of the breakfast is $25.00. Attendees are also encouraged to bring door prizes to promote their product or service. The program will include time for networking, self-introductions, breakfast, our guest speaker and a question and answer session if time permits.

The Chamber breakfasts, which are open to the public, are held on the second Tuesday of every month. Space will be limited. To assure your seat, pre-register on the chamber website: https://www.cypresschamber.org/events/details/november-networking-breakfast-2412

This article was released by the Cypress Chamber of Commerce.