Hundreds of people gathered at Shiloh Square in Springdale to eat chicken and talk with local politicians ahead of the November election.
Usually, Chickin’, Peelin’ and Politickin’ is held under the gazebo at Shiloh Square, but this year, tents were set up across Walter Turnbow Park to help with social distancing.
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Guests were required to wear masks unless they were eating or drinking and social distancing signs were set up across the venue as a reminder to stay safe.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson, Attorney General Leslie Rutledge and Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin all spoke at the event put on by the Springdale Chamber of Commerce.
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