The eight supervisorial candidates in El Dorado County District 4 will appear together Wednesday, April 30 at the Gold Trail Grange in Coloma. Meet and greet the candidates at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Presentations start promptly at 7:30 p.m., after which candidates will field questions from the public.
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Appearing will be Scott McNeil, Tim Palmer, Lori Parlin, Howard Penn, Mike Pettibone, Winston Pingrey, Michael Ranalli and Dave Souza.
Coloma is the center of District 4; Gold Trail Grange is in the center of Coloma at 319 Highway 49. Marshall Gold Discovery State Historical Park will offer free parking in the Sutter’s Mill lot for this event.
Gold Trail Grange, in a revitalization program, is one of the fastest growing granges in the United States. The grange is a fraternal organization that welcomes all for membership. It serves as a community center in the Coloma-Lotus Valley.
For directions and calendar visit goldtrailgrange.com.