The Upper Providence Democrats of Delaware County will host a luncheon social from 12:45-3 p.m. April 14 at the Rose Tree Fire House, located at 1275 North Providence Road in Upper Providence.
The cost of the event is $15 for adults and free for children. There will be activities for children and raffles for a variety of gift baskets. Democratic candidates for Rose Tree Media School Board, Upper Providence Council and county office will attend the event.
Rose Tree Media School Board candidates at the event will include Jim Coyne, Janet Lis and John Nee.
Rob Holber is running for Upper Providence Council District No. 3 and Bill Campi is running for Upper Providence Council District No. 1.
Holber’s nomination petition was recently challenged and ordered to be set aside, according to court records.
Holber filed his statement of financial interest in the wrong location and will run as a write-in candidate, according to Upper Providence Democratic Committee Chairman Bill Clinton.
Clinton, of Upper Providence, is running for Delaware County Council. He also will be at this event along with his running mate Chester Democrat Patricia Worrell.
Other candidates for county offices that have been endorsed by the Delaware County Democratic Party also will be at the event, including Register of Deeds candidate Frank Daly of Media, Sheriff candidate Rocco Polidoro of Springfield, Controller candidate David Boonin of Swarthmore and Common Pleas Judge candidates Nancy Walker of Nether Providence and Steven Chanenson of Radnor.
To reserve tickets or get more information about the event, contact John Nee at 610-909-5905 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.updem.com.