The deadline to RSVP for next week’s Dickson County Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Luncheon is tomorrow. The luncheon will be at noon Monday, Dec. 3, at GreyStone Golf Club and is $12 for chamber members. For the first time in recent history, Dickson County will be represented by two different people in the Tennessee House of Representatives when the General Assembly convenes in January. Republican Mary Littleton of Dickson was elected earlier this month as the new 78th District representative, which includes the eastern half of the county. Democrat David Shepard of Dickson was re-elected to his seventh term in the 69th District, which now includes the western half of the county. Senator Jim Summerville is halfway through his first four-year term from the 25th District, which now stretches north up to Robertson County. Education reform issues are again expected to be among the most discussed topics in the Legislature as well as dealing with the impact of the Affordable Care Act. Democratic U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper, re-elected to his 5th District seat in November, also is scheduled to address national issues. To make reservations for next week’s luncheon, call the chamber at 446-2349 by 4 pm Wednesday.