Community Connection Friday October 4th
McNaughton For Mayor – Libertarian Candidate for Mayor of Indianapolis
“I am seeking the Office of Mayor of Indianapolis, because I am quite frankly tired of seeing my tax dollars wasted on “Legacy” projects. We have had Mayors in the past reshape our city for the better, but with the full consent and cooperation of the businesses and citizens that such changes affected. Now we have electric car rentals and a massive bus line that is simply replacing an existing bus line with greater cost and zero increase in services. In both instances, the objections of the business owners and citizens affected were completely ignored.
We need a Mayor who will once again fight along side the citizens. Instead of making speeches every 4 years, we once again need a Mayor that will get dirty alongside the citizens and businesses and together, grow our city forward into the future.
I am that person. I will be that Mayor. Please vote for me in November.
African American Coalition of Indianapolis – AACI
OCt 18th – Galilee Missionary Baptist Church- Indy 6PM
Oct 19th – Concerned Clery 10 AM Julia M Carson Government Center 2nd floor
October 21st Mayoral Debate at 6:00 at Arsenal Technical High School
In Studio Guest:
Marshan Wolley – African American Coalition
“AACI is a non-partisan collaboration of African-American civic, social, professional, service and community organizations with a goal “to educate and engage African Americans in the local, state and national political process.”
Commissioner Frederick D. Payne
Commissioner Frederick D. Payne at the DWD (Department of Workforce Development) on Community Connection.
Benefit Call Center Hours and Phone Number:
Phone: 1-800-891-6499 | 317-232-7560 (TDD)
Monday-Friday: 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM Eastern
Saturday – Sunday: Closed
Cuddle Before You Commit – Indianapolis Animal Care Services
The Cuddle Before You Commit program will let you to foster a dog or cat for two weeks before the adoption.
“Sometimes it’s hard to know how an animal will respond in a new home after spending weeks in the stressful environment of the shelter,” said Katie Trennepohl, Deputy Director of IACS. “During this two-week period, the Cuddle Foster will be able to see if the animal they’ve chosen is a good fit for their home and family.”
Katie Trennepohl with Indianapolis Animal Care Services
2600 S Harding St