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State Senator Charles Schumer will be the featured guest and keynote speaker at the next Queens Courier Power Networking Breakfast.

The breakfast will be on Friday, June 8 at the Water’s Edge Restaurant in Long Island City, just across the East River and overlooking the Manhattan skyline.

The long-time political leader will be available for a question-and-answer panel session from those in attendance about current issues before he addresses the crowd.

Schumer has served in public office for nearly four decades after initially winning a New York State Assembly seat following his graduation from Harvard Law School in 1974. He was elected to the State Senate in 1998 and has served since.

The Power Networking Breakfast is set to start at 8:30 a.m., when attendances can engage Schumer and network with other guests while enjoying breakfast.

The moderator will be Juliet Papa, an award-winning reporter for 1010 WINS Radio, and opening remarks will be given by Randy Estrada, Retail Market Manager, TD Bank.

Panelists include Caryn Schwab,Executive Director, Mount Sinai Queens Hospital; Joe Osterman, Director of the JFK Service Delivery Center, Bombardier; Robert Wychulis, Chief Executive of AmeriGroup/Health Plus; and Peter M. Meyer, New York City Market President, TD Bank. The event is hosted by The Queens Courier and 1010 WINS, and sponsored by Water’s Edge Restaurant, Con Edison and TD Bank.

Tickets for an individual seat start at $40; $350 for a table of 10. For more information or to register, go to queenscourier.com/events or call 718-224-5863, ext 226.

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