Councilwoman Jennifer Chappell is extending a warm invitation to the community for a relaxed and engaging gathering called “Chill with Chappell,” set to take place this Saturday, May 18, 2024 at Wyandotte Park

Louisville, KY – According to the statement, local residents are encouraged to drop by Wyandotte Park anytime between 10:00 a.m. and Noon to join in the casual conversation and connect directly with Councilwoman Chappell.
This event offers a fantastic opportunity for community members to voice their concerns, share ideas, and engage in meaningful dialogue with their Councilwoman.
Attendees will also be treated to complimentary coffee and donuts, generously provided by the District 15 office.
Councilwoman Chappell expressed her enthusiasm for the event, stating: “Chill with Chappell is as literal as it sounds! Come hang out with me in Wyandotte Park, chat about whatever is on your mind, and meet the entire D15 staff. It’s easy peasy and super casual. I’m happy to share my priorities for the District and hear what yours are as well. Don’t have any questions or concerns? No problem! I’m always thrilled to meet a constituent.”
Residents are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to connect with their Councilwoman and participate in shaping the future of their community.

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