Congratulations to Robert Roland on Being elected our new Political Director! Robert has been a dedicated member and a passionate fighter for Liberty and the Constitution. We are honored to have him at the helm and look forward to reaching new heights.
Also, congratulations to Thomas Dees on being elected an alternate At-Large member. Western NC and the RLC NC are lucky to have him!
Stay tuned for event announcements for Jan and Feb 2016
Check out our first video of our last educational event this past Tuesday at McDaid’s Irish Pub on Industrial hemp and subscribe to our channel. Be sure to attend our next Event November 10th 7pm same place.
CALL TO MEETING
Where: McDaid’s Irish Pub 2412 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC 27607.
When: November 10th 2015. Business Session starts at 6pm. Arrive early to find parking.
Free Market Energy Solutions Discussion Panel Starts at 7:30.
Arrive early to find parking and order meal.
Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1636097396679123/1640101626278700/
Nominations for Chapter Officers are still open. We must have a quorum of 7 dues paid members to conduct business.
Members from bordering counties welcome and encouraged to be apart of this chapter, gas tank willing.
The RLC of NC is pleased to host an informative session on the emerging legal industry of hemp. For many decades false information and fear tactics have been levied against this industry. Finally in the year 2015, reason and logic are winning as our NCGA has passed a bill making it possible for NC farmers to compete in this lucrative worldwide industry. The bill still awaits the Governor’s signature.
Our Panelists are former NC House Rep Glen Bradley, former NC Senator Thom Goolsby, former Wake Soil & Water Commissioner Joy Elliott, President of RAMP-NC David Hargett, Andrea Hermann with Hemp Technologies (Canada)and Brian Bullman of Carolina Hemp Company!
Date: Oct 27th 2015
Place: McDaid’s Irish Pub 2412 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC 27607 (919) 977-0502
(Arrive early enough to account for time finding a parking place.)
Time: Discussion starts at 7:30pm. Arrive at 7pm or earlier for dinner.
Audience is welcome to order food and drink during discussion. This is a discussion so questions from the audience are welcome.
Rules: Be respectful to the Restaurant staff, the panelists and anyone else in attendance or be asked to leave.