Well, it’s time for our state convention starting this Friday evening! We have two different sessions — a business session and the public session with speakers.

Friday evening business session events are at no charge and open to all dues paying members and their guests. The Saturday events require a ticket which may be purchased by going to http://www.rlcimpact.com/tickets

Here is a schedule of events:

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BUSINESS SESSION – FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28TH
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Cost: $0.00
Location: Mount Pleasant Waterworks, 1619 Rifle Range Rd, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

Agenda:
5:30 PM – Registration
6:15 PM – Opening (invocation & pledge)
6:20 PM – Appointment of Credentials and Rules Committee
6:30 PM – Parliamentary Training Seminar
8:00 PM – Election of officers (Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer)
8:30 PM – Election of Board Members
8:45 PM – Resolutions*
9:30 PM – Adjournment

* Resolutions may be submitted to secretary@rlcsc.org or presented in writing. They will be considered in the order presented until all resolutions have been considered or until the 9:30 PM adjournment time, whichever comes first.

Resolutions submitted so far:

1. Recognition of the Grand Strand, Catawba, and Lakelands Chapter as local chapters of the Republican Liberty Caucus of South Carolina

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SATURDAY PUBLIC SESSION – MARCH 1ST
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Cost: $69.00 non-members, $39.00 members
Tickets: http://www.rlcimpact.com/tickets
Location: Charleston Rifle Club, 2221 Heriot St., Charleston, SC 29403

Agenda:
8:30 AM – Registration
9:00 AM – Opening (invocation and pledge)
9:10 AM – Outgoing chairman’s address
9:20 AM – Introduction of new officers and board
9:25 AM – Morning breakout session instructions
9:30 AM – Morning breakout session

MORNING BREAKOUT SESSION
Main Hall – Sheriff Ray Nash on the Constitution
Bowling Alley – Tom Sheridan and John Kuhn on Precinct Organizing

10:15 AM – Morning Break
10:45 AM – Speaker: State Treasurer Curtis Loftis
11:00 AM – Dr. Mike Vasovski, State Chair of the Ron Paul 2012 Campaign
11:15 AM – Matthew Sheffield, Founder of Newsbusters.org
12:00 PM – Lunch (Music provided by Robbie Bowen)
12:55 PM – Afternoon breakout session instructions
1:00 PM – Afternoon breakout session

AFTERNOON BREAKOUT SESSION
Main Hall – Jesse Graston on a Constitutional Amendment Convention of the States
Bowling Alley – Dr. Scott Pearson on Financial Strategies for World Changers
Conference Room – Stephen Calk on Disaster Preparedness

2:00 PM – SC Senator Lee Bright, Candidate for US Senate
2:15 PM – Elizabeth Moffly, Candidate for State Superintendent of Education
2:30 PM – Sherri Few, Candidate for State Superintendent of Education
2:45 PM – Nse Epko, 2nd Vice Chair, South Carolina Republican Party
3:00 PM – Jack Hunter, Contributing Editor Rare.us and former advisor to Rand Paul
4:00 PM – Remarks from New Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of SC
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ANNUAL LIBERTY FELLOWSHIP DINNER – MARCH 1ST
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Cost: $49.00
Tickets: http://www.rlcimpact.com/tickets
Location: Charleston Rifle Club, 2221 Heriot St., Charleston, SC 29403

6:00 PM – Dinner provided. Cash bar available.

Guest speaker: Michael Maharrey, National Communications Director of the 10th Amendmen Center

Also in attendance: Jack Hunter and other speakers from the day’s events.
Michael Maharrey serves as the national communications director for the Tenth Amendment Center.

Hailing from Lexington, Ky., he’s extremely proud that his home state originated the Principles of ’98 laying the groundwork for state nullification of unconstitutional acts, and he’s the author of Our Last Hope – Rediscovering the Lost Road to Liberty, a historical, philosophical and moral case for nullification.

Michael speaks at events across the United States, and frequently appears as a guest on local and national radio shows advancing constitutional fidelity and liberty through decentralization.

As a working journalist, Michael has written and reported for several newspapers, including the St. Petersburg Times and the Kentucky Gazette, covering local and state politics, and sports. Mike won a pair of 2009 Kentucky Press Association awards while serving as the sports editor for the Woodford Sun in 2009. He also worked for a local television news outlet writing web content for the station’s award-winning website.

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