All Candidates Forum for the upcoming Kelowna Municipal Elections

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 28 Oct 2014
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Location
Rutland Centennial Hall

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46 of the possible 49 Candidates for the upcoming Kelowna Election will be in attendance.

Kelowna City Council & School Board Trustee All Candidates Forum, Oct 28

Rutland Centennial Hall, 7:OO pm -8:30pm

 

The Rutland Residents Association will be hosting an All Candidates Forum for the upcoming Kelowna Municipal Elections, 7:00 pm at the Rutland Centennial Hall, (180 Rutland Rd N, Kelowna, BC).   Prospective Mayor, City Councilors, and School Board Trustees will be in attendance to meet and discuss their Candidacy and Vision.

You are invited to attend and meet all prospective representatives in attendance.

The format for the forum will be a general assembly where each Mayor, Councilor or Trustee seeking election will have a designated area within the Hall. You will be able to meet each candidate on a personal level, and be free to move and meet each candidate as you please.

Those seeking election will have their own table from which they will be able to meet the public, while visitors move from table to table to meet the candidates.

Citizens will have the opportunity to personally meet candidates, and discuss the matters that are important to them, on their own timing. Mayor, Councilor and Trustee Candidates will be randomly assigned tables from which they can use to facilitate their meeting with the public.

A handout will be offered to everyone in attendance with a list of items that have been raised as significant to Kelowna and Rutland, – the list can be used as a tool to facilitate discussion.

 

John Huston,

President, Rutland Residents Association

www.rutlandra.com , email: rutlandresidents@yahoo.ca

For Further information contact:

John Huston, President – Rutland Residents Association, www.rutlandra.com  250 808-4559

John Vielvoye, Secretary – Rutland Residents Association, 250 765-7220

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