Front Line Forum – featuring special presentations on the 2nd and 16th Amendments
Where: Knights of Columbus Meeting Hall, 2780 Horse Pen Creek Road, Greensboro
When: Thursday, January 24th 7-9pm
Please consider partnering with us and becoming involved with one of our Action Teams.
The leaders are listed below with a brief description of each team.
Simply send me a message and I’ll connect you with one of the listed leaders.
C4gc’s team structure and task description:
Planning & Development
1. Isabella Adkins
2. Jean Blassingame
3. Jodi Riddleberger
The Planning and Development Team takes care of the groups communications (marketing, PR, image, etc.), finances (fundraising and PAC treasurer responsibilities) and administrative tasks (bi-weekly e-mail distribution, website and FB page administration, membership, monthly meeting coordination, team support and volunteer recruitment).
4. John Lauritzen
5. Brenda Haywood
6. Addison Riddleberger
In 2013 the Neighborhood Networking Team will focus on the Greensboro City Council election and influencing the vote in Greensboro’s districts #3, #4 and #5 (total of 60 precincts/polling places). We will work to organize volunteers to pass out candidate endorsement lists in these targeted neighborhoods pre-election and at the polling places during early voting, as well as on election day in both the autumn Primary and General Election.
7. Bob Grenier
8. Lynn Bensy
9. Joe Guarino
This year Joe will focus on vetting the City Council candidates and organizing the process of C4gc’s endorsements. Bob will focus on local and state issues. Lynn will also look for ways to educate people in the community and our members on issues that we face by posting articles on FB for people to access. She will continue to work on putting together a database of “conservative” businesses.
10. Van Clippard
11. Paul Daniels
12. Kathryn Adams
The County/School Board Team will work to keep up with issues that are facing the BoCC and BoE. They will attend meetings, organize and encourage speakers from the floor and LTE writing campaigns. They will correspond with our elected officials and encourage conservative voting patterns and limiting the growth of government. They will wok to keep our members up to date on County and School Board business.
13. Lee Haywood
14. Ann Clippard
15. Wendy Gumpert
The Events/Liaison Team works to host an annual Tea Party in April, as well as other large events, they set up a C4gc informational booth at community functions and help facilitate C4gc’s fundraisers, if needed. They help secure speakers for the Front Line Forum, when necessary. They work in tandem with other Liberty groups, when appropriate, and strive to keep lines of communication open.
16. Jeremy Williams – High Point City Council
17. Marilyn Lauritzen – Greensboro City Council
18. Elizabeth Smith – Summerfield Municipality
The City Team will work to keep up with issues that are facing the Greensboro and High Point City Councils, as well if smaller Guilford County municipalities. They will attend meetings, organize and encourage speakers from the floor and LTE writing campaigns. They will correspond with our elected officials and encourage conservative voting patterns and limiting the growth of government. They will share information with each other. They will work to keep our members up to date on all city ad town council’s business dealings. They will work to grow their team to have other municipalities within Guilford County represented within their group.
Thanks so much!! Jodi