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Residents throughout Harrisburg are sponsoring a series of "Listening Sessions with Eric Papenfuse" to allow voters to discuss their concerns for the city's future and learn about his candidacy for Mayor.
Eric Papenfuse, owner of the Midtown Scholar Bookstore, has received overwhelming support from people throughout the city since he announced his candidacy for Mayor of Harrisburg.
If you would like to attend any of the following, please send an RSVP to email@example.com or telephone 717-888-9080.
April 2013 Listening Sessions:
Saturday, April 20, 10-12 Noon: South Harrisburg Listening Session with Eric at the Boys & Girls Club of Central Pa - John N. Hall Clubhouse, 1700 Hanover Street, Harrisburg, Pa 17104
With more Listening Sessions throughout the city in May!
Eric Papenfuse's Other Campaign Events in April:
Thursday, April 18, 5:30-8 PM: African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Pennsylvania Candidates' Night, 2020 State St., Harrisburg, PA, 17103.
Friday, April 19, 5:30-7 PM: Join Eric, campaign staff, and volunteers at our second weekly "Pick Up Harrisburg" service night. This week's clean-up location in Mid-Town.
Friday, April 19, 6-8 PM: Join Eric, campaign staff, and volunteers at our Campaign Office located at 1423 1/2 N. 3rd Street in Harrisburg for more student art work supplied by BARAK, Inc as we celebrate another 3rd in the Burg!
Friday, April 19, 4-5 PM: WHP 580 Live Radio Debate between the Mayoral Candidates.
Sunday, April 21, 5 PM: CONCERT SPECIAL feat. the Gospel Music of The Spiritual Messengers at the Midtown Scholar Bookstore-Cafe. FREE-WILL DONATIONS TO THE CAMPAIGN WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Tuesday, April 30, 7-9 PM: Engleton Community Group Mayoral Candidates' Forum at the Harris Street United Methodist Church, 250 Harris St., Harrisburg, PA, 17102.
Papenfuse is using his "Listening Sessions" to engage Harrisburg residents on issues involving economic development, crime and safety, education and housing.
"I see these Listening Sessions as an opportunity to hear from residents about their vision of Harrisburg's future," Papenfuse said. "I want to be a Mayor who listens to the people and then acts on their behalf."
As founder and CEO of the Midtown Scholar Bookstore, Papenfuse has created 250 jobs in the past decade. His staff is a diverse workforce of more than 60 employees. His company is among the region’s largest national and international shippers.