FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Interfaith Clergy Association invited all the candidates on the first City of Framingham ballot, win or lose, to a unity breakfast at the Greater Framingham Community Church today, November 10.
The breakfast was designed to allow all the candidates to come together and begin the process of moving the City of Framingham forward, said Rev. J. Anthony Lloyd.
The event was attended by almost all the candidates on the ballot, although a few candidates told Framingham Source they could not attend due to work.
Rev. Lloyd spoke, as did mayoral candidate John Stefanini, and mayor-elect Yvonne Spicer.
Also in attendance was Sen. Karen Spilka, Framingham Town Manager Bob Halpin, and Framingham Police Chief Ken Ferguson.
Source will have a full report with a slideshow of photos and video this weekend.
Pictured is Rev.Lloyd with mayoral candidate Joshua Horrigan