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Joint Swearing-in Ceremonies Reps. Kidwell, Goodwin and Sen. Sanderson

    Raleigh, NC     N.C. Rep. Keith Kidwell (Beaufort, Dare, Hyde, Pamlico) Counties will hold Swearing-In ceremonies in all counties within the 79 House District.

    Rep. Ed Goodwin will join Rep. Kidwell in Dare County and Senator Norman Sanderson in Dare, Hyde and Pamlico Counties.

    Representative Kidwell will swear in the new Register of Deeds for Beaufort County, who will, in turn, swear in Representative Kidwell as her first official act. Reception to follow.

    Pamlico County, the Honorable Paul Delamar will officiate the ceremony. Pamlico GOP will host a reception at Little Italy Restaurant. Representative Kidwell will take his oath in Hyde county, where April Kidwell, the Representative's granddaughter recently sworn as a notary public, will officiate. A reception will follow.

    Finally, in Dare County,the Honorable Judge Jerry Tillit willofficiate the ceremony for Rep. Goodwin, Rep. Kidwell and Sen. Norm Sanderson. The Swearing-in ceremonies will be topped off with a reception at the Burrus House Inn at Manteo.

    The public is welcome at all events. Please RSVP for receptions to joy.albright@ncleg.gov

    This is the first time there will be a joint ceremony covering the entire district with representatives and senators.

   •  January 3, 2023 - 9:00 am Beaufort County Courthouse

   •  January 3, 2023 - 3:00 pm Pamlico County Courthouse

   •  January 5, 2023 - 10:00 am Hyde County Courthouse

   •  January 5, 2023 - 3:00 pm Dare County Courthouse

     Contact: Representative Keith D. Kidwell
                79th District,    North Carolina House

      16 West Jones St. Rm 1206
      Raleigh NC 27601

      919-733-5881  •  Keith.kidwell@ncleg.net  •  https://www.facebook.com/RepKidwell

    Follow my Introduced Legislation at https://www.ncleg.gov/Members/IntroducedBills/H/749
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