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Unless otherwise noted, all media inquiries should be directed to Kevin Hall, cell phone 804-393-9406.

Monday, January 9 - Saturday, January 14, 2006
Monday, January 9, 2006

Governor Warner will tour the construction site of National Museum of the Marine Corps and Heritage Center, and participate in a photo-op with the Museum leadership as he presents a check for the $640,000 appropriation for the building of the Museum.

When

Where

3 p.m.

(Construction site of the) National Museum of the Marine Corps and Heritage
Center
18900 Jefferson Davis Highway
Quantico

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

I.  Governor Warner and Governor-elect Kaine will participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of the new I-95 North Bridge at the Springfield Interchange.

When

Where

10 a.m.

Springfield Interchange Project Office
6400 Commerce Street
Springfield

II.  Governor Warner and First Lady Lisa Collis will attend the final meeting of his term of the Civil Rights Memorial Commission. The Commission is the brainchild of Lisa Collis, and has been tasked with studying and recommending an appropriate memorial in Capitol Square commemorating the Civil Rights movement, the influence Virginians had in the movement, and the effects the movement had on Virginia.

When

Where

1 p.m.

Governor’s Conference Room
Patrick Henry Building, 3rd Floor
1111 East Broad Street
Richmond

III.  Governor Warner will attend a portion of the P-16 Council meeting. The Council was created to formalize its strong efforts at coordinating education reform across the entire spectrum of education through a P-16 Council, to address education reform from preschool to graduate school. The Governor will meet with the Council to thank members for their service and encourage them in their future efforts.

When

Where

2 p.m.

House Room 1
Patrick Henry Building
1111 East Broad Street
Richmond

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

I.  Governor Warner, along with Governor-elect Kaine, will make remarks at the 40th Annual Commonwealth Prayer Breakfast.

When

Where

7:30 a.m.

Greater Richmond Convention Center
403 North Third Street
Richmond

II.  Governor Warner will briefly attend the Virginia Interoperability Executive Committee meeting, and recognize their work, including a State Interoperability Plan.

When

Where

10 a.m.

Patrick Henry Building
Cabinet Conference Room, 3rd Floor
1111 East Broad Street
Richmond

III.  Governor Warner will deliver the final State of the Commonwealth address of his term to a joint session of the Virginia General Assembly.

When

Where

7 p.m.

Patrick Henry Building
House of Delegates Chamber
1111 East Broad Street
Richmond

Note:  Further information regarding this event will be sent to print and broadcast media next week.

Thursday, January 12, 2006

Governor Warner will make remarks at the 35th Annual Agribusiness Appreciation Banquet, sponsored by The Virginia Agribusiness Council.

When

Where

6 p.m.

Arthur Ashe Center
3001 North Boulevard
Richmond

Saturday, January 14, 2006

I.  Governor and Governor-elect Kaine will participate in the ceremonial presentation of the keys to the Virginia Executive Mansion.

When

Where

11 a.m.

Inside the Old State Capitol
End of Duke of Gloucester Street and Blair Street
Williamsburg

II.  Governor Warner will attend the inauguration of the 70th Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Tim Kaine. Governor-elect Kaine will become only the third Virginia governor to be inaugurated in Williamsburg, joining Patrick Henry (1777) and Thomas Jefferson (1779).

When

Where

Noon

Old State Capitol
End of Duke of Gloucester Street and Blair Street
Williamsburg

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