Nashville Mayoral Forum to address issues about Music City’s 50+ population

AARP, Council on Aging and FiftyForward are sponsoring a Nashville Mayoral Forum on Tuesday, May 12, at 10:30 am.

The event will be held at FiftyForward Knowles Center, 174 Rains Ave., Nashville 37203.

The purpose of the forum is to address issues relevant to the lives of 50+ voters and their families.

There will be a lot of mayoral forums, but this is one you don’t want to miss. The ‘It’ city seeks a confident, capable leader for long-term meaningful relationship.

As Nashville was recently named one of the nation’s top ‘date night’ cities for older citizens*, voters are in search of the perfect match for the city’s next mayor.

To facilitate the ‘get-to-know-you’ process, AARP, the Council on Aging of Greater Nashville and FiftyForward will host a debate among the top candidates for the Office of Mayor of Metropolitan Government of Nashville Davidson County.

During this 90-minute discussion, each candidate will have the opportunity to answer questions determined by the selection committee and submitted by voters from the Metro Nashville area.

Megan Barry, Charles Robert Bone, Kenneth Eaton, David Fox, Bill Freeman, Howard Gentry, Jeremy Kane and Linda Eskind Rebrovick will all be in attendance.

The forum is open to the public, however, seating is limited on a first-come, first-served basis.
FiftyForward enriches the lives of adults 50+ by providing pathways to health, well being and lifelong learning.

Every year, the AARP Foundation helps millions of older Americans who struggle to meet their basic need for nutritious food, safe and affordable housing, adequate income and much-needed personal connections.

Together with the Middle South chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, the Council on Aging’s Legislative and Advocacy Committee discusses and advocate for issues affecting seniors and their families.