Beaufort County Conservative Republican Club | Eastern North Carolina Now

Press Release:

    Our next meeting is Thursday January 19 at ^:00 PM at King Chicken Restaurant.

    We will talk a bout how the Republican party is organized and functions.

    There is a Beaufort County executive Committee meeting on Tuesday January 10 at 6:00 PM at the Headquarters on Minute Man Lane (Pamlico Plaza).

    The Beaufort County convention has been set for Saturday March 25th at Southern Acres near Bath.

    All Of Our Members Are Encouraged To Suport Our New Conservative School Board Membes By Attendiing The School Board Work Session On Tuesday January 3 At 5:30 Pm At Their Meeting Place Near King Chicken, The Old PS Jones School.

    There Is Another School Board Meeting On Tuesday January 17, Same Time Same Place. This Is A Voting Meeting.


   Contact: Hood Richardson
   Email: hoodrichardson1@gmail.com
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