DES MOINES, IA (January 24, 2019) — Today, Gov Kim Reynolds and Lt Gov. Adam Gregg are beginning their Condition of the State Tour. The following events are open to credentialed members of the media:


Thursday, January 24

Gov. Reynolds and Lt. Gov. Gregg visit Council Bluffs TradeWorks Academy

Thomas Jefferson High School

2501 W Broadway

Council Bluffs, IA



Friday, January 25

Gov. Reynolds and Lt. Gov. Gregg attend ACT Work Ready Communities certification ceremony

Woodbury County Courthouse 620 Douglas St

Sioux City, IA



Gov. Reynolds and Lt. Gov. Gregg visit Petersen Manufacturing Co.

2471 Lincoln Hwy

Denison, IA



Gov. Reynolds and Lt. Gov. Gregg visit Harlan Community Schools

2102 Durant St

Harlan, IA



Monday, January 28

Gov Reynolds and Lt Gov Gregg attend Achieving Maximum Potential Press Conference

Iowa State Capitol Rotunda

Des Moines, IA



Tuesday, January 29

Gov Reynolds and Lt Gov Gregg attend Iowa Renewable Fuels Summit

Prairie Meadows Casino, Racetrack, & Hotel

1 Prairie Meadows Dr

Altoona, IA 50009



Gov Reynolds signs proclamations

Iowa State Capitol Rotunda

Governor’s Office



***Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday Gov. Reynolds and Lt. Gov Gregg will continue Condition of the State statewide tour, additional information will be released next week***

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