(SAVANNAH, GA) Savannah/Chatham Food Policy Council (SCFPC) will be hosting a meet and greet with the Savannah Mayoral Candidates at this year’s Food Day, taking place October 24th 2015 at Daffin Park. Candidates will be located at the SCFPC Tent, starting at noon. Each of the four candidates will be given 30 minutes to meet the voters and field questions about issues for the upcoming election.
Candidates are scheduled to appear in the following order:
Mayor Edna Jackson: 1 pm
Murray Silver: 2 pm
Eddie Deloach: 3 pm
Louis Wilson (unconfirmed)
Please stop by and learn where our mayoral candidates stand on important issues surrounding food in Savannah.
About Food Day 2015: Each fall, Savannah is treated to a large outdoor festival that is free and open to the public. Attendees enjoy a live concert, featuring many of Savannah’s top musicians. The public is encouraged to bring their friends and family, to spend the day taking in the music, browsing over 100 exhibitors and vendors. Attendees are also sure to find interest among the dozens of unique and completely free workshops, cooking classes, and other activities that are suitable for everyone, including the kids! This year’s festival will take place on Saturday, October 24th, from 11am-5pm at Daffin Park. For more information about Food Day, please visit: http://wellfedsavannah.com/foodday/
About the Savannah Chatham County Food Policy Council:
The mission of the Savannah Chatham County Food Policy Council is to coordinate and communicate efforts that develop, support, and promote policies that impact equitable access, sustainable production, and widespread understanding of healthy local food. Our vision is for all Savannah communities to eat affordable, nutritious, locally and sustainably grown food. For information about the Savannah Chatham County Food Policy Council, please visit us at: http://savannahlocalfood.org/ or like our Facebook Page at:
Savannah Chatham Food Policy Council
Contact: Rene Taren