Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch and state Rep. Joel Kitchens were among the dignitaries who greeted Door-Kewaunee Legislative Days delegates on Wednesday.

The two-day lobbying effort is designed to draw lawmakers’ attention to priority issues facing the Door-Kewaunee Peninsula, this year centered on broadband, water quality issues, the Sept. 1 school start date, and continued funding of harbor protection and improvement efforts.

The group posted several times on Facebook Live, including this excerpt from Kitchens’ luncheon talk Wednesday.

Delegates plan to return home after lunch Thursday following a breakfast event and morning sessions at various state agencies.