Meadows to Host Town Halls throughout 11th District

Here’s the press release from the office of Congressman Mark Meadows:

Washington, D.C. – Representative Mark Meadows (NC-11) will host seven town hall meetings and three meet and greet events during the month of August. These meetings are open to all residents of the 11th Congressional District.

Media planning to cover any of these events should RSVP to

What: Graham County Meet and Greet
When: Monday, August 19th, 3 PM
Where: Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center, 121 Schoolhouse Road, Stecoah (Robbinsville), NC.

What: Macon County Town Hall
When: Monday, August 19th, 6 PM
Where: Franklin High School Fine Arts Center, 100 Panther Drive, Franklin, NC.

What: Haywood County Town Hall
When: Tuesday, August 20th, 6 PM
Where: Haywood Community College Beall Auditorium, 185 Freedlander Drive, Clyde, NC.

What: Cherokee County Meet and Greet
When: Thursday, August 22nd, 12:30 PM
Where: Brother’s Restaurant, 1466 Andrews Road, Murphy, NC.

What: Qualla Boundary Town Hall
When: Thursday, August 22nd, 6 PM
Where: Chief Joyce Dugan Center for Cultural Arts, 1968 Big Cove Road, Cherokee, NC.

What: Henderson County Town Hall
When: Friday, August 23rd, 6 PM
Where: Blue Ridge Community College, 180 West Campus Drive, Flat Rock, NC.

What: McDowell County Meet and Greet
When: Monday, August 26th, 10 AM
Where: Chance of Sprinkles Bake Shop, 1700 North Main Street, Marion, NC.

What: Avery County Town Hall
When: Monday, August 26th, 6 PM
Where: Mayland Community College Sams Center Auditorium, 200 Mayland Drive, Spruce Pine, NC.

What: Buncombe County Town Hall
When: Tuesday, August 27th, 6 PM
Where: T.C. Roberson High School, 250 Overlook Road, Asheville, NC.

What: Burke County Town Hall
When: Thursday, August 29th, 6 PM
Where: Western Piedmont Community College Leviton Auditorium (Moore Hall, Main Campus), 1001 Burkemont Avenue, Morganton, NC.


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