DEXTER, Maine — Dexter Dover Area Towns in Transition (DDATT) and the Dexter Unitarian Universalist Church will jointly sponsor a “Local Food Supper and Candidates Night” Saturday, Oct. 20, at the UU Church on Hall Street
DDATT is a group of local citizens concerned about how much we depend on
oil and gas to run our economy and society, and are looking at ways to
reduce that dependency. Support of local agriculture and food processing
is a major part of that planning.
The Potluck meal will be held from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for cleanup to allow
the Candidate’s Night to begin promptly at 7 p.m.
Anyone is welcome to bring a dish to share, with a goal of having at least 80
percent of the food grown within 25 miles of Dexter if possible. Please
provide label for the contents of your dish.
Contact Ed and Judy Hummel with any questions about the supper at 207-924-3836.
All candidates for any office listed on the ballots for November 2012 in
the towns of Dexter and Dover Foxcroft are invited to attend the moderated evening program. Each candidate can bring informational materials for display before the program, will have up to five minutes to present his or her positions, and then the floor will be open to questions from the audience. The program will end at 9 p.m.
Jim Bunn of Garland will be the moderator. Contact him at 207-924-3925 with
any questions about the Candidates Night.