Mayor's Monster Bash

On Saturday October 27, 2007, local real estate agents Cynthia Aina and Larry Nemelka, also known as "Team Dad & Daughters", will be hosting a fundraising event for this year's Honorary Mayor election at their home office. The event runs from 7:00pm to Midnight.

The Honorary Mayor is actually a fundraising effort of the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce, and actually many chambers throughout the United States do it as well. It allows local business people to compete for promotion throughout the community. In past years, the Honorary Mayor would get their name and photo posted on Chambers materials, and take part in public events as a keynote person.

The Mayor's Monster Bash that the Team Dad & Daughters is hosting will give the candidates for Honorary Mayor a chance to raise money for their campaigns.

Voting for the honorary mayor is open to the public and is done "Chicago Style" by donating money in the name of your favorite candidate. All proceeds from the Honorary Mayor campaign are donated to the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce.

This year, the three candidates are..

  • John Denver - John Denver Realty

  • Paul Wilkinson - Farmer's Insurance

  • Brian Walker - Century 21 Executive Properties

As hosts of the of Mayor's Monster Bash, the Team Dad & Daughters will be providing dancing, karaoke, food, games, and raffle prizes.

See the official flyer at...

29063 Blue Moon Dr., Menifee
Saturday, October 27th
7:00 pm to Midnight

Parking at Freedom Crest Elementary School

(From 215 fwy, exit Newport, (go towards Menifee Lakes), left on Menifee Rd., right on Aldergate, left on Silver Star, right on Blue Moon)

For More Information Call: (951) 672-6262

Tickets: $5.00 pre-sale/$10 at the door

Tickets available now at Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce


  1. I am confused. How can there be a mayoral election when Menifee isn't even a city?

    Could someone please clarify this for me?

  2. It's important to note the word "Honorary". In other words, this isn't a real mayor. It's pretend.

    As I said in the article, the Honorary Mayor is actually a fundraising effort for the Chamber of Commerce. You donate money in the name of your favorite candidate for "honorary mayor". The winner then gets to pretend that he's a representative of the community.

  3. Steve,

    Thanks for the clarification.. I read it really late and was quite tired. I guess honorary didn't sink in! My bad..