North Carolina Daybook


Associated Press North Carolina Daybook for Friday, Jul. 29.

The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover.

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Friday, Jul. 29 8:30 AM Charlotte-Douglas International Airport host Elevated Roadway media tour – Charlotte-Douglas International Airport host media tour of construction site and update reporters about the progression of the Elevated Roadway

Location: Hourly Parking Deck, 5501 R C Josh Birmingham Pkwy, Charlotte, NC Charlotte charmeck.org/city/charlotte/Airport/Pages/default.aspx https://twitter.com/cltairport

Contacts: Lee Davis Charlotte-Douglas International Airport [email protected] 1 704 359 4933

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Friday, Jul. 29 9:00 AM National Montford Point Marine Association Annual Convention – National Montford Point Marine Association Annual Convention. Event features the first phase of the National Montford Point Marine Memorial – a dedication to honor the nation’s first African-Americans admitted to the U.S. Marine Corps

Location: Lejeune Memorial Gardens, Jacksonville, NC Jacksonville http://www.montfordpointmarines.com/

Contacts: Monica Wood MWPR [email protected] 1 704 430 6300

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Friday, Jul. 29 9:00 AM University of North Carolina Board of Governors meeting

Location: UNC Center for School Leadership Development, 140 Friday Center, Chapel Hill, NC Chapel Hill www.unc.edu https://twitter.com/unc_system

Contacts: Joni Worthington University of North Carolina 1 919 962 4629

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Friday, Jul. 29 11:30 AM Pope Center’s Annual Milton Friedman Legacy Day luncheon – John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy annual Milton Friedman Legacy Day luncheon, featuring a speech from Duke University Center for the History of Political Economy Director Dr. Bruce Caldwell on ‘Fighting the Decline in the History of Economics: How Will Students Today Learn about Milton Friedman?’

Location: Blandwood Mansion Carriage House,447 West Washington Street, Greensboro, NC Greensboro http://www.popecenter.org/ https://twitter.com/PopeCenter

Contacts: John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy 1 919 828 1400

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Friday, Jul. 29 12:00 PM Charlotte Touchdown Club Luncheon Speaker Series with Carolina Panthers Hall of Famer LB Kevin Greene

Location: Sheraton Charlotte Hotel, 555 South McDowell St, S Tower, Charlotte, NC Charlotte http://touchdownclub.com/

Contacts: Charlotte Touchdown Club [email protected] 1 704 347 2918

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Friday, Jul. 29 12:00 PM Alamance County’s inaugural Tomato Sandwich Festival – Alamance County’s inaugural Tomato Sandwich Festival, sponsored by TS Designs, Simply Kneeds, Duke’s Mayonnaise, and Mindful Supply. Proceeds benefit United Way of Alamance County’s Community Fund

Location: Company Shops Market, 268 E Front St, Burlington, NC Burlington https://uwalamance.org/ https://twitter.com/uwalamance

Contacts: Lauren Berk United Way of Alamance County [email protected] 1 336 438 2000

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Friday, Jul. 29 Elizabeth Dole celebrates 80th birthday – 80th birthday of Elizabeth Dole, former American politician who served in both the Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush presidential administrations, as well as the Senate. She is married to former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole

Location: TBD

Contacts: TBD

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Saturday, Jul. 30 International Champions Cup soccer continues – 2016 International Champions Cup (ICC) soccer fixtures, played in Ireland – Celtic vs. Barcelona, Aviva Stadium, Dublin – and in the U.S. – Real Madrid vs. Chelsea (at Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI), Inter Milan vs. Bayern Munich (Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC), Liverpool vs. AC Milan (Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA), and Paris Saint-Germain vs. Leicester (StubHub Center, Carson, CA)

Location: Ann Arbor Carson Santa Clara Charlotte http://internationalchampionscup.com/ https://twitter.com/IntChampionsCup #ICC2016

Contacts: Ben Spencer Relevent Sports [email protected]

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