Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County To Suspend All Meetings Until Further Notice

Monday, March 23, 2020

The Pachyderm Club of Hamilton County has decided to suspend their meetings. 

Emily Goldberg, president of the club, said, "It is with a heavy heart that I must announce that the Hamilton County Pachyderm Club will be suspending its meetings until further notice in order to comply with CDC guidelines and Governor Bill Lee’s request to not gather in groups of 10 or more. 

"During this time, I ask that you to join me in prayer for those affected by COVID-19 virus: family, friends, business, etc. I also ask that you pray for our elected leaders as they work diligently keeping services running while finding the path forward through these unprecedented times. 

"In the following weeks, please stay updated by visiting HCGOP.com, Hamilton County Pachyderm Club Facebook page and/or by emails for any upcoming announcements as we work with our speakers to reschedule events. We will continue working towards becoming ready to pick up right where we left off. Until we are able to meet again, we will continue promoting conservative Republicans for our community in the upcoming November election.

"Thank you for your continued support and prayers."



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