SHELBURNE LEGION TO HOST:
CANDIDATES FOR TOWN COUNCIL – AN OPEN FORUM Q & A NIGHT FOR ALL RESIDENTS OF SHELBURNE,
With over 85 years of community service, the Shelburne Legion is pleased to host a CANDIDATES FOR COUNCIL OPEN FORUM Q & A NIGHT. Open to all residents of Shelburne, this event, moderated by local residents Mike Fazackerley and Ken Topping, is intended to allow our voting constituents the opportunity to directly ask candidates of their views, opinions, principles and platforms on matters concerning the future growth and continued wellness of our community. As a sponsored free community event, this is a key opportunity for residents to learn of the priorities and challenges facing Shelburne and for candidates to hear directly from voters of the matters that are important to them.
Join us at the Shelburne Legion on Tuesday Oct 9th starting at 6:30pm and hear first-hand as Councillor and Deputy Mayor candidate’s share their experience, qualities and vision in their bid to secure your vote and earn a position on Shelburne’s next Town Council.
- 6:30pm to 9:00pm on Tuesday October 9th – back hall of the Shelburne Legion at 1st Ave. and James St.
The above media release was provided by Shelburne Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 220 President, Lesa Peat. This event sponsored by The Shelburne Freelancer and The Shelburne Free Press.
Rogers TV Interviewed Shelburne Political Candidates Running In The 2018 Elections, click here: Note Running Candidates Shane Hall and Lindsay Wegener were unable to attend.
Acclaimed Mayor, current Councillor, Wade Mills
Running for the Office of Deputy Mayor, current Councillors,
In the running for seats on Council:
Current Councillor, Walter Benotto