Candidates’ Forum – Edgecombe County Public Schools – District 2 Seat

Candidates’ Forum – Edgecombe County Public Schools – District 2 Seat

A forum of candidates who are seeking appointment to the Edgecombe County Public Schools Board for the District 2 seat will be held at the Edgecombe County Administrative Building, 201 St. Andrew Street, Tarboro, NC, on Saturday, June 11, at 2:00 p.m. The candidates’ forum is meant to inform the citizens of our community and to create an opportunity for community building.

The forum will feature written questions from the audience. Candidates must appear themselves and may not send alternates. The format will include a two-minute opening statement, one minute to answer each question, and a two-minute closing statement.

Three candidates have applied for the appointment to the Board to fill the seat vacated by Teresa Bryant. The three applicants are Thomas Eidson, Jr., Roy Gray, and Quincy Robinson.

Citizens are invited and encouraged to attend and participate by submitting written questions.

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Edgecombe County Public Schools

Candidates for Edgecombe County Public Schools Board District 2 Seat

Open Forum





Candidates for

Edgecombe County Public Schools Board

District 2 Seat





2:00 p.m.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Edgecombe County Administrative Building

201 St. Andrew Street

Tarboro, NC 27886





Sponsored by the

Edgecombe Political Affairs Group





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Attorney Teresa Bryant 

Edgecombe County Public Schools


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