Special Guest at Feb. Potluck

Mayor Frank Scott, Jr. of Little Rock

We’re excited! Our new Mayor, Frank Scott, Jr. will attend this month’s potluck and share his vision of opportunity and purpose for everyone in Little Rock. Scott ran for Little Rock Mayor because he believes it’s time for new leadership in the capital city.  He says it’s time to consider bold, new solutions for old problems. It’s time to work together and create more opportunities for everyone who calls Little Rock home.

In his words:“My roots are in Southwest Little Rock. Growing up, too often I witnessed the results of life without purpose. These lives were often filled with poor circumstances and a sense of hopelessness for the future. These scenes pushed me to live my life directed and motivated by purpose. Most people didn’t believe a kid from Southwest Little Rock would grow up to be a banker, an associate pastor, a state Highway Commissioner, or even walk the halls of the State Capitol shaping Arkansas public policy. Many may not believe that same kid from Southwest Little Rock can become mayor of the state’s largest city, but anything is possible if we unite vision and purpose to our potential.”

And on crime: “A thriving city can only exist where a safe city exists.” Frank believes a strong vision for Little Rock must include a foundation for public safety that is sensitive, fair, practical, and enforceable. Solutions must be comprehensive and based in diversity, culture, and community.”

Come bring your ideas for Little Rock’s future and plan to have a great conversation!

Monday, February 18, 2019 at 6:30 pm

2510 Hidden Valley Drive, Little Rock

Bring a dish to share

Bread and drinks provided

All are welcome

Carpool if possible – Parking is limited!