North Carolina Daybook

Associated Press North Carolina Daybook for Saturday, Sep. 10.

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Saturday, Sep. 10 8:00 AM ‘Ride to Remember’, honoring first responders from North and South Carolina – Carolina Brotherhood, Special Olympics Alamance County and Burlington Velo Club hot ‘Ride to Remember’, an event to honor first responders from North and South Carolina

Location: Elon, NC

Contacts: Ben Wooten Carolina Brotherhood 1 336 482 7921


Saturday, Sep. 10 10:00 AM Durham Neighborhood Improvement Services and DPD host ‘Remembrance and Unity Ride’ – Durham Neighborhood Improvement Services and Durham Police Department host ‘Remembrance and Unity Ride’ to honor first responders and people who serve the Durham community. Durham Police Chief C.J. Davis provides opening remarks

Location: Durham, NC Durham

Contacts: Wil Glenn Durham Police Department 1 919 560 4322 x29197


Saturday, Sep. 10 12:00 PM 2016 UNCF Maya Angelou Women Who Lead Luncheon – 2016 United Negro College Fund Maya Angelou Women Who Lead Luncheon, featuring keynote speaker Charlotte, NC Mayor Jennifer Roberts, and guests Democratic Rep. Alma Adams and actress Angela Robinson (‘The Haves and Have Nots’)

Location: Charlotte Marriott City Center, 100 W Trade St, Charlotte, NC Charlotte

Contacts: Tiffany Jones UNCF 1 704 377 8625


Sunday, Sep. 11 8:46 AM Morrisville Fire/Rescue Department and and MPD host 5K Run/Walk in memory of 9/11 – Morrisville Fire/Rescue Department and Morrisville Police Department host 5K Run/Walk in memory of 9/11, and those who lost their lives

Location: Fire Station 1, 200 Town Hall Drive, Morrisville, NC

Contacts: Shandy Padgett Fire Marshal 1 919 463 6122


Sunday, Sep. 11 3:00 PM City of Greenville host 9/11 Commemoration Event – City of Greenville host 9/11 Commemoration Event, ‘A Day to Remember: A Reflection and Commemoration of September 11, 2001’

Location: Pitt County Courthouse, 100 West Third Street, Greenville, NC Greenville

Contacts: Cassandra Daniels Greenville Community Relations 1 252 329 4494


Monday, Sep. 12 12:00 PM ‘Constitution Day’ discussion at John Locke Foundation – ‘Constitution Day: The U.S Constitution, the North Carolina Constitution, and the 2016 Elections’ discussion at John Locke Foundation, with special guest Wake Forest University Professor of Politics & International Affairs John Dinan

Location: 200 W. Morgan Street, Suite 200, Raleigh, NC Raleigh

Contacts: John Locke Foundation


Monday, Sep. 12 Donald Trump campaigns in Maryland, Illinois, and North Carolina – 2016 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump campaigns in Maryland, speaking at the National Guard Association of the United States General Conference at Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore (1:00 PM EDT), before traveling to Illinois, to attend a fundraiser at Bolingbrook Golf Club, 2001 Rodeo Dr, Bolingbrook, and then to North Carolina for a rally at U.S. Cellular Center, 87 Haywood St, Asheville (6:00 PM EDT) * Trump and Mike Pence will face Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine in the 8 Nov election

Location: Asheville

Contacts: Hope Hicks Make America Great Again 1 212 715 6785 1 203 273 0226 Marc Lotter Mike Pence for Indiana Deputy Campaign Manager 1 317 726 6589

Doors open: 3:30 pm (6:00 pm)


Monday, Sep. 12 – Tuesday, Sep. 13 Wounded Danish soldiers visit Wounded Warrior Battalion – East – Wounded Danish soldiers, their family members and Danish military representatives visit Wounded Warrior Battalion – East, as part of a larger tour of the eastern United States * Some of the soldiers were injured while serving alongside U.S. Marines

Location: Wounded Warrior Battalion – East, Jacksonville, NC Jacksonville

Contacts: Nat Fahy Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune 1 910 451 5655 x5


Monday, Sep. 12 – Tuesday, Sep. 13 North Carolina Congressional delegation host NC Business and Economic Development Summit – Republican Reps. Patrick McHenry, Renee Ellmers, Walter Jones, Virginia Foxx, Mark Walker, David Rouzer, Richard Hudson, Robert Pittenger, Mark Meadows, and George Holding, and Sens. Richard Burr and Thom Tillis, and Democratic Reps. G.K. Butterfield, David Price, Alma Adams host 2016 North Carolina Business and Economic Development Summit, with discussions on issues affecting local economies

Location: Washington, DC

Contacts: Jeff Butler Rep. Patrick McHenry Press 1 202 225 2576

Monday: Rm 345, Cannon House Office Building; Tuesday: Congressional Auditorium, Capitol Visitors Center


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