LOCKWOOD — Southern Monterey County Rural Coalition (SMCRC) will host its seventh annual Town Hall event Friday, March 23, at 6 p.m. at the San Antonio Valley Community Center in Lockwood.

Informed voters are essential to making democracy work, and because this is an election year, SMCRC has invited candidates running for the offices of Monterey County sheriff, District 3 supervisor and California State Assembly District 30 to attend the event.

Dinner will be provided by the SMCRC membership, though guests may bring an appetizer or dessert to share with others, after which there will be short presentations from the candidates followed by a question-and-answer period.

SMCRC’s non-partisan focus has been instrumental in building positive, productive partnerships with governmental and private agencies. By serving as a conduit for the flow of information, SMCRC gives community members a greater voice in matters that affect them and their rural lifestyle.

The San Antonio Valley Community Center, aka Lockwood Community Center, is at 65951 Lockwood-San Lucas Road, at the corner of Lockwood-Jolon and Lockwood-San Lucas roads in Lockwood.

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