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October 2021 Meeting Summary

If you didn’t attend Monday night’s Fannin GOP meeting, you missed hearing interesting speakers, an update on the November 6 multi-county GOP event, and the election of a new treasurer! Johnny Scearce was presented a plaque of the Republican Principles and spoke of the efforts of the county commissioners to make good decisions for Fannin County.

Lucas Roof, the director of Fannin County High School’s Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education, gave a remarkable review of this program which brings students hands-on experience and job opportunities in welding, car repair, construction, nursing assistance, and much more. Stephen Aaron, the Regional Field Director of GA GOP, noted that Joe Biden won in GA by about 2 votes per precinct, there are many conservatives in the state who have never registered to vote, and going door to door to talk to people about voting is an essential activity Fannin GOP should be doing.

In continuing business, the November 6 multi-county GOP event is now named 515, the Power of 5 presents Countdown to 2022. The 5 counties on the 515 corridor: Pickens, Gilmer, Fannin, Union and Towns, have joined together to put on an event with candidates for U.S. Senate, GA Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Secretary of State. Volunteers are needed for set-up, decor, parking, and clean-up. If interested in volunteering, come to the meeting at 6 pm each Wednesday at the Circle J Restaurant in Blue Ridge. A motion was made and passed to allot $200 for flyers of the event to be posted around Fannin County.

June Stanford was nominated and elected as Fannin GOP treasurer. Be sure to attend next month’s meeting, to hear the positive things going on in our community and that Fannin GOP is working on, and to get involved yourself!

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