Attached photo: courtesy of Rhinebeck Together (left to right: candidates for Village of Rhinebeck Board of Trustees: Scott Cruikshank, Sheri (Pease) Monaco, Sean Kemp
Rhinebeck, New York…..The newly formed independent ticket for the village of Rhinebeck Board of Trustees, “Rhinebeck Together”, comprised of incumbent trustees Scott Cruikshank and Sean Kemp, as well as Sheri (Pease) Monaco, announced details of an upcoming fundraiser.
The event, which is open to the public, will take place at Smoky Rock BBQ in Rhinebeck on Thursday, March 10th from 6-8pm. The candidates will introduce the Rhinebeck Together platform and discuss the need to take traditional partisan politics out of local government, as well as their vision for building collaborations that will help address the challenges and opportunities that the village of Rhinebeck faces.
The event will include appetizers and a cash bar; the cost is $30 per person or $50 per couple. Payment will be accepted at the door.
“We are really looking forward to sharing our message with village of Rhinebeck residents. It is time to take partisan politics out of local government and start working together on behalf of our community. This is a very special and unique place – we all believe so strongly in the power of working collaboratively, and we think that by doing so, we will be able to secure a solid financial future and the highest quality of life possible for our village residents,” stated Scott Cruikshank.
The event will give candidates the opportunity to explain the relevant experience and applicable skills they will bring to the village board, providing the public with the chance to learn details of the Rhinebeck Together platform and credentials prior to the March 15th election.
For more information about the event, call Brenda Klaproth at 845.876.2436 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about Rhinebeck Together, visitrhinebecktogether.com or facebook.com/RhinebeckTogether. The Village of Rhinebeck Board of Trustees election will take place on March 15th at the Rhinebeck Town Hall from