Walk & Talk With The Mayor

Walk & Talk With The Mayor

Fontana

walk-talk-mayorThe Mayor and the City Council would like to invite the residents of the City of Fontana to the Walk and Talk with the Mayor. Get moving with the Mayor on Saturday, August 2, 2014 and set to step off at 6:30 a.m. at Fontana Park (meet by the fountain). Mayor Acquanetta Warren is looking forward to walking side by side with community members and sharing a healthy discussion of the topics shaping the City.

The Mayor firmly believes in promoting a healthy Fontana by getting fit and being informed. She stated, “I’m looking forward to the Walk & Talk and having a conversation about this great City. Please bring your thoughts and ideas to enhance the success of our City”. After the walk, be sure to visit with the Healthy Fontana staff and discover the wide variety of resources and opportunities the City has to offer residents in support of an active and healthy lifestyle.

For information or details about the Walk and Talk with the Mayor, please contact (909) 349-6936.

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