What’s the best community event in Salem?
You tell us!
Voting is now open in our fourth annual Best of Salem reader survey, and that’s one of the categories.
In the first three years of voting, Olde Salem Days has had a lock on first place, and Salem After Five has always finished second.
Last year, voters gave third place to the Salem Christmas Parade.
In 2010, that honor went to Community Day at Fellowship Community Church.
In 2009, ShrimpFest was voted into third place.
What will voters say this year?
You can find the voting form right here (or over in the right-hand rail.)
The voting is open through midnight on Sunday, March 11; we’ll publish the results in our April 20 print edition.
A few new wrinkles: To make it easier to vote, we’ve gone ahead and listed the top six finishers last year in the business categories — although, as always, you can cast a write-in vote if your favorite isn’t already listed.
If you’ve got someone or some thing you think should be recognized, feel free to start a campaign to drum up votes.
Is there someone or something who should be recognized who doesn’t fit into a category? We always have our “best thing not on this list.”