North Carolina Daybook


Associated Press North Carolina Daybook for Friday, Jun. 10.

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

Please keep the AP in mind when news develops.

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Friday, Jun. 10 8:45 AM Campbell Law School host ‘Beyond Gerrymandering: Impartial Redistricting for North Carolina, Part 2’ – Campbell Law School host ‘Beyond Gerrymandering: Impartial Redistricting for North Carolina, Part 2’ to ‘simulate an independent, nonpartisan redistricting panel’ with ten retired judges drawing a new, unofficial map of North Carolina congressional districts

Location: Campbell Law School, 225 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC Raleigh www.duke.edu https://twitter.com/DukeU

Contacts: Land Douglas Duke University [email protected] 1 919 613 9320

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Friday, Jun. 10 9:00 AM 2nd Marine Division Change of Command Ceremony – 2nd Marine Division Change of Command Ceremony. Major Gen. Brian Beaudreault relinquishes command to Major Gen. John Love

Location: Camp Lejeune, NC www.lejeune.marines.mil

Contacts: 1st Lt. Monica Witt Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune [email protected] 1 910 450 6575

Those interested in attending the ceremony should RSVP no later than 1 p.m., Thursday, June 9

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Friday, Jun. 10 10:30 AM Organize 2020, public schools teachers and parents announce improvement action plan – Organize 2020, NCAE’s Social Justice caucus, along with public school teachers, parents, and supporters from across the Triangle deliver a ‘report card on North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory efforts on issues that affect North Carolina’s students’ and ask Gov. McCrory meet with them next Wednesday when they will return to his office

Location: Old Capitol Building, Wilmington St. & Morgan St., Raleigh, NC Raleigh http://www.organize2020.com/ https://twitter.com/Organize2020

Contacts: Bryan Proffitt Organize 2020 [email protected] 1 919 210 9256

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Friday, Jun. 10 12:00 PM North Carolina state Sen. Mike Woodard holds press conference on environmental legislation – North Carolina state Sen. Mike Woodard holds press conference to discuss the ‘implications of Republican legislation to deregulate environmental protections around primary drinking water sources’

Location: Falls Lake Dam Recreation Area, Wake Forest, NC http://www.ncleg.net/

Contacts: Leslie Rudd NCLEG [email protected] 1 919 733 6854

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Friday, Jun. 10 6:00 PM Public swearing-in ceremony for new Durham Police Chief Cerelyn Davis

Location: Carolina Theatre, 309 West Morgan Street, Durham, NC Durham http://durhamnc.gov/

Contacts: Kammie Michael Police Department [email protected] 1 919 560 4322

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Friday, Jun. 10 6:30 PM Families Against Senseless Killing and GPD host candlelight vigil – Families Against Senseless Killing and Greensboro Police Department host candlelight vigil to honor slain loved ones

Location: Phill G. McDonald Governmental Plaza, Greensboro, NC Greensboro www.greensboro-nc.gov/ https://twitter.com/greensborocity

Contacts: Susan Danielsen Greensboro Police Department Public Information Officer [email protected] 1 336 574 4002 1 336 451 5715

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Friday, Jun. 10 – Sunday, Jun. 12 Taste of Charlotte food festival – Taste of Charlotte food festival, featuring samples from Charlotte’s restaurants, live entertainment, Kid’s CrossRoads activities, and specialty wines and beers at Tavern at the Taste

Location: Charlotte, NC Charlotte http://www.tasteofcharlotte.com/ https://twitter.com/TasteCLT

Contacts: Taste of Charlotte [email protected] 1 704 947 6590

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Friday, Jun. 10 – Saturday, Jun. 11 Blue Ridge BBQ and Music Festival

Location: Harmon Field, Tryon, NC http://www.blueridgebbqfestival.com/ https://twitter.com/bbq_tweeter

Contacts: Blue Ridge BBQ Festival [email protected]

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Friday, Jun. 10 Dead & Company begin North American tour

Location: PNC Music Pavilion, Charlotte, NC Charlotte https://twitter.com/deadandcompany

Contacts: Anna Loynes Scoop Marketing [email protected] 1 818 761 7159

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Friday, Jun. 10 – Sunday, Jun. 12 USA Baseball Women’s National Open begins – USA Baseball Women’s National Open begins, bringing together players from across the country competing for an opportunity to be selected for the Women’s National Team Trials

Location: National Training Complex, Cary, NC http://web.usabaseball.com/index.jsp https://twitter.com/USABaseball

Contacts: Brad Young USA Baseball [email protected] 1 919 474 8721 x212

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Saturday, Jun. 11 – Monday, Jun. 13 APIC Annual Conference – Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology Annual Conference

Location: Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, NC Charlotte http://www.APIC.org https://twitter.com/APIC

Contacts: APIC [email protected] 1 202 789 1890

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Saturday, Jun. 11 Cradle of Forestry in America hosts outdoor activities for Get Outdoors Day – Cradle of Forestry in America celebrates National Get Outdoors Day with outdoor skills demonstrations, activities and crafts

Location: 11250 Pisgah Hwy, Pisgah Forest, NC http://www.fs.fed.us/

Contacts: Courtney Long National Forests in North Carolina 1 828 877 3130

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