Thursday, April 19, 2012

Peloquin Announces Southbridge Town Council Bid

“Our local government needs fresh perspectives and new voices”

SOUTHBRIDGE – Southbridge resident Amelia Peloquin is pleased to announce her candidacy for Councilor-at-Large in the June 26 Southbridge municipal election.

"I’m running for Town Council because I am passionate about Southbridge and our town’s future. Together, we can find affordable and thoughtful solutions for the challenges facing our community. I believe our local government needs fresh perspectives and new voices in order to find those solutions. 

I am fully invested in the success of this community as a parent, a property owner, and as a lifelong resident whose family has four generations of roots here. It would be an honor and a privilege to serve the residents of our town as a member of the Council, and I ask for your vote on June 26th."

Amelia Peloquin is a lifelong Southbridge resident. She holds a Bachelor's degree from Smith College and attended local public schools prior to graduating from Southbridge High School. Ms. Peloquin is self-employed, working with several web design and technology consulting clients. Her professional experience includes regional work for public libraries and interactive media agencies.

She is active in civic endeavors, and a longtime member of the Friends of the Jacob Edwards Library and the Charlton/Southbridge MOMS Club. Ms. Peloquin also serves on the local Democratic Town Committee and is a parishioner at Blessed John Paul II church in Southbridge. She and her husband Seth are the very proud parents of two young children.

For more information or to get involved with the campaign, please visit http://www.electamelia.com/.

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