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Columbia Co. Republican Women to hold 9/11 Remembrance Meeting

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The Columbia County Republican Women (CCRW) will hold a meeting on September 14th to remember the worst terrorist attack against the United States of America on our homeland that occurred on September 11, 2001. 

The event will remember the victims as well as heroes from this atrocity. The speaker for this event is Hunter Hill, a decorated veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq War who is also a candidate for Georgia Governor in 2018

When: Thursday, September 14, 2017, 6:00 pm: Dinner and Meet and Greet; 7:00 pm: Meeting

Where:  Formosa’s II Chinese Restaurant 3830 Washington Road Ste 36, Augusta GA

Theme: 9-11-2001 and its effect on the military mission

Speaker: Hunter Hill, Afghanistan/Iraq War Veteran and Candidate for Georgia Governor 

RSVP to YeSun at info@CCRWomen.org or 706-925-5330. $15 per person include meal and gratuity

Senator Hunter Hill is a West Point graduate who was commissioned as an Infantry officer in 2000.  During his 5 years of active duty, he led his platoon on a deployment to Afghanistan in 2002, and led another platoon into battle in Iraq in 2003 and was later promoted to Captain. Read more about the speaker at https://www.votehunterhill.com/.

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