FRAMINGHAM – An organization seeking to eliminate food insecurity in Framingham will host a candidate’s night this week.
Daniel’s Table will hold a meet the candidate’s night at its location at 10 Pearl Street on Thursday, October 10 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
All City Council and School Committee candidates, are invited to attend the event.
The public is welcome to attend and ask questions of the candidates in attendance.
Election day is Tuesday, November 5.
Framingham will elect a new 11-member City Council and a new 9-member School Committee, as well as elect six Library Trustees and two cemetery Trustees.
Food and refreshments being served courtesy of Daniel’s Table.
Daniel’s Table was founded by Alicia and David Blais, in November 2011. Their mission is to create a sense of food security in the City of Framingham.
“Understanding that hunger is a complex problem we are constantly innovating to meet the needs of the community. Our focus is to provide home-style meals that are produced with care and served with dignity,” said David Blais.
Every one of us could, at some point, find ourselves challenged by job loss, illness or misfortune. It is within these times that we at Daniel’s Table desire to walk with our less fortunate neighbors and, together, find food security solutions that work for everyone involved,” said Blais.