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Plan ahead for Meet the Candidate Night Notice to citizens and all candidates


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As a public service for the residents of Emery County, the Emery County Progress newspaper and the Emery County Economic Development Council will host a Meet the Candidate night.

This presentation will be held Oct. 16 at 6 p.m. in the Emery High School Little Theater. That address is 955 North Center Street, Castle Dale.

At this presentation, each candidate will be asked to give a brief introduction of him or herself. A moderator will ask questions which have been submitted by the residents in attendance for the candidates to answer. Following the question and answer time, each candidate will give a brief wrap-up.

Along with the Meet the Candidate night, the Emery County Progress will publish a candidate page in their Oct. 23 edition introducing all the candidates on the ballot.

If you would like to participate in this publication, please send a brief bio (200 words) and photo to the newspaper office no later than Oct. 16. The email address is editor@ecprogress.com; mailing address is P.O. Box 589, Castle Dale, UT 84513.

If you have any questions or would like to make a comment, please call the newspaper office at 435-381-2431 during business hours.

John Serfustini, the editor of the Sun Advocate newspaper will be the moderator for the Meet the Candidate Night.

All local, state and national candidates and all citizens are invited to attend.

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