Conservative Club Meets Thursday July 9th | Beaufort County Now | The Conservative Republican Club will meet on Thursday July 9th at 6:00 PM at King Chicken Restaurant. | Conservative Club

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Conservative Club Meets Thursday July 9th

    I have had little to write about that would be of interest since the shock of the shutdown and horrible scare about how terrible the corona virus was supposed to be.

    Let me qualify anything I may say about this fake epidemic by saying: All persons should take whatever precautions they deem reasonable to protect themselves from the corono virus. However, forcing almost the entire state and most of the nation to shut down was not justified. Historically we have used the quarantine to protect the well from the sick.

    I hope everyone is healthy and unaffected by the virus.

    We must return to normal as soon as possible for both our personal and financial welfare. We have not yet seen the financial fallout other than to those who do not have jobs to return to.

    The Conservative Republican Club will meet on Thursday July 9th at 6:00 PM at King Chicken Restaurant. The dinner will cost $11.00 for fried chicken an barbeque. We hope to have a good speaker. The club goals are the same and that is to elect conservatives to public office.

    We will be raising money for the Commissioners election. We had great success with the money we spent, over $5,000.00, in the primary elections.

    THE BEAUFORT COUNTY REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WILL MEET ON TUESDAY JUNE 16 AT 6:00 PM AT WARRENS HOT DOG RESTAURANT AT 350 ROUTE 33 EAST, CHOCOWINITY. CLOSE TO THE FIRE STATION. Tommy Hestor, candidate for the North Carolina Senate will be the speaker. Attending is a good way to keep an eye on the yellow sheet Republicans.


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