North Carolina Daybook


Associated Press North Carolina Daybook for Sunday, Aug. 07.

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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Sunday, Aug. 07 2:30 PM BikeRaleigh Ride Party

Location: One Exchange Plaza, 219 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, NC Raleigh http://www.raleighnc.gov/ https://twitter.com/RaleighGov

Contacts: Eric Lamb Office of Transportation Planning [email protected] 1 919 996 2161

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Monday, Aug. 08 10:30 AM Dem Rep. G.K. Butterfield speaks at AT&T announcement benefiting North Carolina education – AT&T announce ‘major’ contribution to help North Carolina students graduate from high school ‘ready to succeed in college or a career.’ Participants include Democratic Rep. G.K. Butterfield, AT&T North Carolina President Venessa Harrison, and North Carolina Secretary of Public Instruction June Atkinson

Location: North Carolina Museum of History, 5 East Edenton Street, Raleigh, NC Raleigh http://www.att.com https://twitter.com/ATT

Contacts: Josh Gelinas AT&T Media Relations [email protected] 1 704 206 9071

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Monday, Aug. 08 10:30 AM Opening ceremony for new LeBauer Park – Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro hold public dedication, ribbon cutting an opening ceremony for new LeBauer Park, kicking off a week of celebration activities

Location: 213 Mebane St, Greensboro, NC Greensboro https://cfgg.org/ https://twitter.com/cfggnews

Contacts: Lynn Wooten Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro [email protected] 1 336 790 7812

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Monday, Aug. 08 12:00 PM John Locke Foundation host discussion on legal victory in Hammocks Beach case – John Locke Foundation host discussion on ‘This Land is My Land: Eminent Domain and Protecting Property Owners from Government Takings’, with Francis Law Firm Attorney Ruth Sheehan. Discussion focuses on Francis Law Firm’s ‘victory in the Hammocks Beach case, inverse condemnation, and the paltry offers being made by governments and multi-billion dollar utilities for private land in North Carolina’

Location: 200 W. Morgan Street, Suite 200, Raleigh, NC Raleigh http://www.johnlocke.org/ https://twitter.com/JohnLockeNC

Contacts: JLF 1 919 828 3876

registration: Send a note to [email protected]

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Monday, Aug. 08 6:30 PM North Carolina state Rep. Mark Brody holds town hall meeting to discuss the state budget

Location: Wadesboro Library, 120 S Greene St, Wadesboro, NC http://www.ncleg.net/

Contacts: Office of Rep. Mark Brody [email protected] 1 919 715 3029

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Monday, Aug. 08 – Wednesday, Aug. 10 Annual Direct Response Forum

Location: Westin Charlotte, Charlotte, NC Charlotte www.directresponseforum.org

Contacts: DRF [email protected]

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