North Carolina Daybook

Associated Press North Carolina Daybook for Monday, Jun. 20.

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Monday, Jun. 20 9:30 AM Charlotte Hornets host annual ‘Hornets Day of Service’ – Charlotte Hornets Chairman Michael Jordan, President & COO Fred Whitfield, Bank of America North Carolina and Charlotte President Charles Bowman, Lowe’s Community Relations Director James Frison, and Read Charlotte Executive Director Munro Richardson participate in press conference ahead of ‘Hornets Day of Service’ at Time Warner Cable Arena, 333 East Trade Street, Charlotte (9:30 AM EDT). Day of service events include library building and installation at John T. Crawford Renaissance Center at The Renaissance West Community Initiative, 3610 Nobles Ave., Charlotte; and YWCA Park Road Youth Learning Center, 3420 Park Road, Charlotte

Location: Charlotte

Contacts: Josh Rosen Charlotte Hornets [email protected] 1 704 287 2867


Monday, Jun. 20 1:00 PM North Carolina Gov. McCrory participates in bill signing ceremony – North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory and Health and Human Services Secretary Rick Brajer participate in bill signing ceremony for Senate Bill 734

Location: Guilford County Sheriff’s Office, 400 W Washington St., Greensboro, NC Greensboro

Contacts: North Carolina Office of the Governor Communications [email protected] 1 919 814 2100


Monday, Jun. 20 4:00 PM North Carolina Conservation Fund Committee meeting – North Carolina Conservation Fund Committee meeting via conference call to review a proposal to fund a genetic study of striped bass in the Tar/Pamlico, Neuse, and Cape Fear rivers

Location: N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries headquarters, 3441 Arendell St., Morehead City, NC Morehead City

Contacts: Patricia Smith NC Dept of Environmental Quality [email protected] 1 252 726 7021


Monday, Jun. 20 5:00 PM National Sports Media Association Awards Banquet – 57th Annual National Sports Media Association Awards Banquet. NSMA honors Hall of Fame inductees Chris Berman, Billy Packer, Gary Smith, 2015 National Sportscaster of the Year Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick, and 2015 National Sportswriter of the Year Tom Verducci, 104 State Sportscasters and Sportswriters of the Year, including North Carolina winners Chuck Kaiton, and Tom Sorensen

Location: Goodman Gym, corner of Summit Ave and Yost St, Salisbury, NC Salisbury

Contacts: Dave Goren National Sports Media Association [email protected] 1 704 633 4275 x1


Monday, Jun. 20 5:30 PM GOP House Freedom Caucus members attend ‘Freedom Rally’ – ‘Freedom Rally’ with eight members of the House Freedom Caucus – Republican Reps. Jim Bridenstine, Jim Jordan, Mark Meadows, Ted Yoho, Scott Perry, Jeff Duncan, Randy Weber, and Bill Posey – and former Rep. (and Olympic medalist) Jim Ryun

Location: Renaissance Hotel and Conference Center, 6808 S 107th E Ave, Tulsa, OK Tulsa

Contacts: Gabe Sherman Office of Rep. Jim Bridenstine [email protected] 1 918 849 5082

A press conference will be held at 5:30 PM at the Renaissance for members of the media * Rally begins at 6:30 PM * On-site media contact will be Cam Thomas: 918-859-6811


Monday, Jun. 20 6:00 PM Town of Chapel Hill host public information session on Bennett-Mount Carmel Intersection improvements

Location: Town Hall, 405 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC Chapel Hill

Contacts: David Bonk Long Range and Transportation Planning [email protected] 1 919 969 5064


Monday, Jun. 20 VF Corp: Q2 2016 Dividend payment date

Location: TBD

Contacts: Lance Allega VF Corp Investor Relations [email protected] 1 336 424 6082


Monday, Jun. 20 – Tuesday, Jun. 21 PEX Exchange event

Location: Pinehurst Resort, Pinehurst, NC

Contacts: IQPC North America [email protected] 1 800 882 8684


Tuesday, Jun. 21 8:00 AM Triangle Caregivers Conference

Location: McKimmon Center, NC State University, 1101 Gorman Street, Raleigh, NC Raleigh

Contacts: Triangle Caregivers Conference [email protected] 1 919 719 6765


Tuesday, Jun. 21 10:00 AM Wayne County Board of Education Curriculum and Instruction Committee meeting

Location: 2001 Royall Ave, Goldsboro, NC Goldsboro

Contacts: Tamara Berman-Ishee WCPS 1 919 731 5900


Tuesday, Jun. 21 – Friday, Jun. 24 49th North Carolina Junior Boys’ Championship

Location: Wilson Country Club, Wilson, NC Wilson

Contacts: Carolinas Golf Association 1 910 673 1000


Tuesday, Jun. 21 – Wednesday, Jun. 22 AICPA Emerging Partner Training Forum

Location: AICPA Boardroom, Durham, NC Durham

Contacts: Shirley Twillman AICPA Media Relations Senior Manager [email protected] 1 202 434 9220


Tuesday, Jun. 21 Hatteras Financial Corp: Q2 2016 Ex-dividend date

Location: TBD

Contacts: Mark Collinson Compass [email protected] 1 714 222 5161


Wednesday, Jun. 22 2:30 PM Hillary Clinton campaigns in North Carolina – Presumptive 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton campaigns in North Carolina, with and event in Raleigh discussing ‘her vision for an America that is stronger when it is united’ and lay out ‘what is at stake in November’ * Following the 7 Jun primaries, Clinton has reached over the 2,383 delegates needed to become the Democratic party’s presumptive nominee, although 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has not conceded the race

Location: NC State Fair, 1025 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC Raleigh

Contacts: Hillary for America press [email protected]

Doors open 12:30 PM


Wednesday, Jun. 22 5:00 PM Red Hat Inc: Q1 2017 Earning conference call / Webcast

Location: TBD

Contacts: Tom McCallum Red Hat Investor Relations [email protected] 1 919 754 4630


Wednesday, Jun. 22 – Saturday, Jun. 25 Annual Associated Press Sports Editors Summer Conference

Location: Omni-Charlotte, 132 E Trade St, Charlotte, NC Charlotte

Contacts: Bill Eichenberger APSE [email protected] 1 631 351 5889


Wednesday, Jun. 22 Red Hat Inc: Q1 2017 Results

Location: TBD

Contacts: Tom McCallum Red Hat Investor Relations [email protected] 1 919 754 4630


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