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Giles County Republicans Move Monthly Meeting to March 1

The Giles County Republican Party has moved its monthly meeting to March 1, hoping that a restriction will be lifted by then on having large numbers of people at indoor meetings.

The Feb. 1 meeting of the party will be postponed, according to Greg Webster, a member of the party.

Gov. Bill Lee has issued an executive order against holding indoor gatherings of 10 or more persons, as the state tries to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

“Standing together as Republicans is more important than ever, and to that end, our keynote speaker in March will be Mary Tackett, chairman of the Marshall County Republican Party. She will share her perspective on being a “Christian Conservative Republican,” Webster wrote in an email.

“We will also hear from special guest Rosson Adams, grandson of Giles GOP chairman Chris Morris. Ten-year-old Rosson will tell the exciting story of writing a letter to President Trump and receiving a personalized response.”

The meeting will be at Richland Trace Market, 19326 US-64 Bypass, Pulaski, at 6 p.m., Monday, March 1.

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