Elizabeth Colbert Busch is running as the Democratic candidate for the 1st Congressional District, and it seems she's using the Port Royal Softshell Crab Festival as encouragement to reach out to northern Beaufort County.
On Saturday, April 20, she'll be at the festival, farmer's market, St. Helena Island, and Blackstone's Cafe.
Here are the full details from a release:
Charleston, SC. April 19th, 2013… Businesswoman Elizabeth Colbert Busch will visit several locations Saturday in Beaufort County to meet with business leaders, residents and Port Royal Mayor Sam Murray to share her agenda for creating good jobs in South Carolina and getting the country’s fiscal house in order.
“I’m excited to meet and speak with residents and business leaders of Beaufort County, because everywhere I go, the people of South Carolina tell me about the need to create more good-paying jobs and get our country’s fiscal house back in order,” Colbert Busch said. “As a businesswoman for 25 years, I know the importance of putting our fiscal house in order and creating good jobs in South Carolina’s Lowcountry and Coastal Communities.”
A full schedule is below. Additional events may be added.
Elizabeth Hosts and Addresses Penn Center Breakfast
What: Community Breakfast at the Penn Center, a national treasure and civil rights landmark
When: 9 a.m.
Where: 16 Penn Center Circle, West St. Helena Island, SC
Elizabeth Walks Through Port Royal Farmer’s Market
What: Port Royal Farmer’s Market at the Port Royal Naval Hospital
When: 11 a.m.
Where: 1615 Ribout Road, Port Royal, SC
Elizabeth meets with Local Business Leaders
What: After having lunch with members of the Beaufort County Economic Development Alliance, Elizabeth and Alliance members will hold a media availability to answer questions about how they will work together to create jobs.
Where: Blackstone’s Deli & Café Restaurant, 205 Scott St. Beaufort, SC
When: approximately 1 pm
Elizabeth Walks Through Soft Shell Crab Festival with Mayor Sam Murray
What: Elizabeth and Port Royal Mayor Sam Murray will walk through the Port Royal Soft Shell Crab Festival
Where: 14th Street and Parris Ave. Port Royal, SC
When: 2:30 p.m.