FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 1, 1997
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Glenn A. Walsh (412) 561-7876 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All registered candidates for the Carnegie Borough offices of Council, Mayor, Tax Collector, and Constable, as well as candidates for the Carlynton School Board, have been invited to participate. A representative, from the League of Women Voters, will moderate the program, which will take place in the Library's historic, 780-seat Music Hall, which is patterned after Carnegie Hall in New York City.
During the program, residents of Carnegie Borough and the Carlynton School District will have the opportunity to provide written questions for the candidates. "Meet Your Candidates Night" is open to everyone, and there is no admission charge.
The Andrew Carnegie Free Library opened as the fourth free public library, constructed and endowed by the philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, on May 1, 1901. In addition to a Library and Music Hall, the cultural complex includes a 140-seat Lecture Hall, Civil War Museum, and discount bookstore.