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The May meeting of the South Metro GeorgiaCarry.Org chapter will be Thursday, May, 26th from 7:00-8:30. Once again, we will be meeting at the Fayette Event Center, located at 174 North Glynn St, in Fayetteville. It is behind Arby’s and Captain Ds, off of Georgia Highway 85, north of the court house.
6:00 - 7:00 â€" We are having a Papa John’s pizza dinner, salad, drinks, dessert: $8.00 per person, please RSVP for the dinner by end of day Thursday May 25th, so we have enough time to prepare & ensure everyone will have enough to eat & drink. RSVP by email to [email protected] or [email protected], or FB message to either of us.
The regular meeting will start @ 7:00, no RSVP required for meeting only attendees, see you there!
7:00 â€" 7:45 â€" Rusty Morris from AR Bunker will be speaking about his business, his new place that has just broke ground in Peachtree City.
7:50 â€" till â€" Open discussion.
8:30 â€" Meeting to discuss details/organize the September chapter meeting.
Looking ahead, mark your calendars for next month’s meeting date: Saturday, June,18th. The SMGCO chapter is headed to the country for our June BBQ/ outdoor swap meet & chapter meeting, at home of GCO member Dorothy Stone just outside of Greenville, GA. Details will be announced later.
Thank you again and we look forward to seeing everyone at this month’s meeting!
Chris Martin
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We had a great SMGCO chapter meeting. Thanks to our speaker Rusty Morris from AR Bunker. Looks like PTC & the south side will be getting an upscale state of art range come September. We also heard from Ed Stone on the legislative session this year, expectations for next year and GCO's efforts on other legal issues. Next SMGCO chapter meeting June 18th, Greenville Ga, details will be out soon.
 

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I thought GCO was supposed to be a non-partisan, single-issue, gun rights organization. Is this no longer the case? I see a big GOP sign at the lectern. GCO must really hate itself. Have we already forgotten what the GOP governor did to us this year?
 

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We use their conference room I believe at NO CHARGE. I don't think we should be messing with their signage . If we used a church, should we cover up the cross?
 

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We use their conference room I believe at NO CHARGE. I don't think we should be messing with their signage . If we used a church, should we cover up the cross?
So does GCO endorse them? I'd ask the same if GCO was holding a chapter meeting in a mosque.
 

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I thought GCO was supposed to be a non-partisan, single-issue, gun rights organization. Is this no longer the case? I see a big GOP sign at the lectern. GCO must really hate itself. Have we already forgotten what the GOP governor did to us this year?
Do you hold all the ga gop as bad on let's make a deal?
 

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I thought GCO was supposed to be a non-partisan, single-issue, gun rights organization. Is this no longer the case? I see a big GOP sign at the lectern. GCO must really hate itself. Have we already forgotten what the GOP governor did to us this year?
We would meet in the Democrat county headquarters if they offered free space for a meeting.

They didn't.

Why don't you find the south Metro chapter another free space to meet that can accommodate everybody and the kitchen. Let us know, ok? We'll be waiting to hear from you on your constructive, productive, and helpful contribution.
 

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We would meet in the Democrat county headquarters if they offered free space for a meeting.

They didn't.

Why don't you find the south Metro chapter another free space to meet that can accommodate everybody and the kitchen. Let us know, ok? We'll be waiting to hear from you on your constructive, productive, and helpful contribution.
http://fayetteal.org/visitors/civic-center/

The Fayette Civic Center is a beautiful and spacious renovation of the old Fayette Grammar School built in 1930. The Center has the character of an older building yet furnishes the conveniences of our time and life style. It provides our community with full service capabilities for meetings, banquets, weddings, family reunions, seminars or other special events.

• Large Dining Room Seating capacity up to 86.
• Small Dining Room Seating for 20 to 30.
• Conference Room for small meetings up to 12.
• Meeting Room Seating accommodations auditorium style or seating at Conference tables.
• Large Auditorium Includes stage, lighting, sound, screen and projector with seating for 365.

If you are interested in booking the Fayette Civic Center for your event, please call Glenda Robertson at 205-932-8727, or email Glenda Robertson at - [email protected]. We would appreciate the opportunity to be of service to you! We are now on Facebook. Check us out!
 

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It is a little drastic and overly dramatic to move the south metro chapter meetings over to Alabama just because of your distaste for Republicans, don't you think?
 

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It is a little drastic and overly dramatic to move the south metro chapter meetings over to Alabama just because of your distaste for Republicans, don't you think?
:lol: Sorry, wrong Fayette.
 

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The Fayette Republican meeting room/Event Center is rented out to lots of different groups. Ordinarily there are no party banners hanging in the room. However, we just finished a primary 2 days prior and that room served as a Republican phone bank during the day.

Sincerely,
Rabid Libertarian and SMGCO member.
 
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