Methodist Charlton hosts legislative breakfast with Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins

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The Metroplex has come to know Friday mornings in August as a great time to pile your plate with not only a hearty breakfast but also a generous helping of political discussion at the Best Southwest Partnerships’ TGIF Legislative Breakfast Series. Methodist Charlton is the title sponsor and host for this event, which allows elected representatives to have a face-to-face conversation with business and community leaders. The Aug. 12 meeting featured Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.

(Front row, from left) Methodist Charlton President Jonathan Davis, Former Dallas County Commissioner Roy Orr, DeSoto Mayor Carl Sherman, Lancaster Mayor Marcus Knight
(Middle row, from left) Cedar Hill Councilman Stephen Mason, Duncanville Councilman Grady Smithey, 2011 BSW Chairman Kenneth Govan, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins
(Back row, from left) Duncanville City Manager Kent Cagle, Cedar Hill Mayor Rob Franke, Dallas County Treasurer Joe Wells, Dallas County Constable Precinct 4 Roy Williams, Methodist Health System CEO and President Stephen Mansfield, PhD