First, here’s the organizer’s press release:
The strongest neighborhoods consist of well-informed citizens who unite to know not only the issues, but their neighbors as well.
To that end, four of Greater Neponset’s civic associations have joined forces to present a Candidates Night / Fall Social.
You are cordially invited to come listen to the At-Large candidates for the Boston City Council while renewing old acquaintances or making new ones. Politicking & Socializing….what a great way to spend an Autumn evening !!
This event will be a catered affair with food & drinks for all.
Jointly Sponsored by:
Pope’s Hill Neighborhood Association
Cedar Grove Civic Association
Clam Point Civic Association
St. Mark’s Area Civic Association
Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: Richard J. Murphy School
Street: 7 Worrell Street
City/Town: Dorchester, MA
The organizers have provided me with a list of questions. They all deal with serious and important concerns facing Bostonians. These are the main queries — all of which were written by the Dot consortium (and not me) — that will make up the crux of the evening.
However, I’d also like to include a couple of entertaining questions throughout the course of the night. I want to give the candidates an opportunity to tackle the tough issues like: What is your favorite Boston sports moment? Or Where’s the best pizza in the city?
I’m looking to you for some more suggestions. Please have at it in the comment section or e-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’d prefer.
Cross-posted at http://www.matt-omalley.com