Meet The Candidates Evening

On Thursday evening October 27th,2011, The Lindley -Presho Historical Society hosted a program where Town of Lindley voters were invited to meet the men and women seeking election in the town on November 8th,2011.

All 9 of those seeking office were present. Each candidate spoke for a brief time and the audience asked questions after all candidates had had a chance to speak.

Unfortunately,the weather did not co-operate-sending the first snow storm of the Fall season.
However, attendance was great-considering!!!
All in all, it was an interesting and informative evening.

For those who didn't venture out -above are some photos taken that evening .

Opps - the computer always reverses the way I hope to print the pictures-so

Looking at the pictures from bottom to top and left to right -the candidates and offices were :
Photo #3 on bottom
William Peoples,Jr - Steuben County Legislature , Raymond Walch -Steuben County Legislature, Gerald Simcoe- Town of Lindley Supervisor, Megan Thistle -Town of Lindley Town Clerk, Marc E. Stocum -Town of Lindley Highway Superintendent,

Photo #2 Megan, Marc with Patrick Clark-Lindley Town Board, Linda Salyards-Town Board , Fran Tempel-Town Board ,and Harry M. Pierce-Assessor.

The top photo is Fran Tempel with Historical Society members Brenda Criss and Donna Marmuscak who served the refreshments.

Don't forget to cast your vote on Tuesday November 8th ,2011. Remember every vote does count.
Good Luck to all the candidates and may the best man or woman win,,,,,

Many thanks to the candidates and to all who attended.


  1. Thanks to Kitty and the Historical Society for this wonderful opportunity. It was a well organized and meaningful event which provided the candidates and the residents time to share ideas.
    I wish all the candidates the best and urge everyone to get out and cast their votes on Tuesday.
    Thanks again,
    Fran Tempel


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