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    Students for Concealed Carry on Campus is having its third Empty Holster Protest the week of April 20th-24th.
    We will be wearing our empty holsters around campus all week. We have a number of events set up as well.
    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/event.php?eid=56175158994&ref=nf

    The NCSU Chapter of SCCC event page for the Empty Holster Protest:
    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/event.php?eid=70625983717&ref=nf

    The NCSU Chapter of SCCC event page for our Brickyard Information Day:
    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=91235676288#/event.php?eid=70828148907&ref=nf



    Now that the formal stuff is out of the way; we are going to have some fun as well. We have set up a Range day at PDHSC for Friday the 24th. On the 25th, I am having a Cook Out at my place, and then we are heading over to drive GoKarts and some putting. I welcome you to attend.

    The NCSU Chapter of SCCC event page for the Private Range Day:
    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=91235676288

    The NCSU Chapter of SCCC Grill Out, Go Karts, and Putt Putt:
    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=64535383862



    You can just let me know here if you want to attend and/or reply to facebook.



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    As campus leader for Alamance College I will be wearing my empty holster during this time, for sure.

    Also, the last 3 times I went onto http://www.concealedcampus.org the page froze up my entire Mozilla Firefox browser, to the point where I had to CNTRL + ALT + DEL to open my taskbar and shut it down.

    Because of this I haven't been back to the website in a week and a half now.

    Is this problem fixed? I've always used Mozilla Firefox and the site has NEVER given me a problem until about a month ago, and then each of the last 3 times it screwed me.

    Thanks,
    Brandon

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    It is working fine on IE for me.

    I'll try firefox tomorrow to see if it is a browser problem.

    It is working fine on my Firefox as well. Are you running the most current version of internet browser?
    It could have been the site as well. There were having problems with it a little bit ago.

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    I will try to make it to the cookout/go karts, it is a bit of a drive.

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    We had our bi-weekly meeting tonight. Synopsis/ message below. I recommend everyone looks at the website. It is a relatively frequently updated site following almost all firearm legislation in the NC House and Senate.

    Hello everyone,

    We had a great turn out tonight at our meeting. There were a lot of new faces and some great conversation.

    Please remember to look at this site, and contact your representitives. Especially H1241, as it has a large impact on our cause.
    Feel free to share this website.
    URL: http://sites.google.com/site/ncgunleg/

    We had two guests from the University this evening. David Rainer, Associate Vice Chancellor, Environment and Public Safety as well as Jon Barnwell, Patrol Division Commander, Campus Police were both in attendance for the meeting. We were all able to have reasonable FACT BASED conversations and share viewpoints.
    They were both very appreciative of our proffesional demeanor and respectfullness. While not endorsing (the opposite actually) the idea, they both understood where we are coming from and wished us luck in our efforts (for the most part).

    Keep wearing your holsters. It is very important to show our solidarity.
    Some people argue (don't participate) because they want the fact that they carry to stay secret. An empty holster shows you SUPPORT concealed carry on campus. Thirty people on a campus of 33 thousand students makes very little impact.

    On friday we will be in the Brickyard from 10am till 3pm. Please stop by and say hello.

    On friday from 6pm till 8pm we will be having our private range day at PDHSC. You can get directions if needed from www.goshoot.com
    If you need a ride, please let us know, and we will work out arrangements.

    On Saturday, we are still having our cook-out. It will be from noon till 2pm. Please come out and introduce yourselves. Please RSVP to the event page, so I know how many burgers to buy. Also, please include something to bring as well that you can share. After the eating is done, we will be heading over to Fun Center on Tryon for some Put-Put and Go carts.

    I wish everyone well during 'dead' week.

    Daryl Johnson


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