This Saturday, the We the People Tea Party of Polk County is hosting a public Town Hall meeting that will feature guest speakers, music, and entertainment.
Candidates for next week’s primary election will be at the meeting, including candidates running for County Sheriff, Circuit Clerk, Coroner, and U.S. Senate.
The meeting will be held at the Ouachita Center on the campus of Rich Mountain Community College, 1100 College Drive, in Mena.
From 2 p.m. – 4 p.m., patrons will be able to meet and greet candidates and enjoy a good time.
The event is free and all Polk County citizens are not only invited, but encouraged to attend.