BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE | CONTRIBUTED CANDIDATE CLASS, PART II: Candidates facing primary challenges in N.C. Senate, N.C. House of Representatives, county commissioner and Beaufort County sheriff's races have been invited to Beaufort County Community College to meet with college officials to learn about issues facing the college in the coming year. They also have the chance to tour the campus and meet with faculty and staff. Pictured above, at left, Vice President of Research Jay Sullivan talks with Sheriff candidate Gary Blount, House candidate Mattie Lawson, commissioner candidate Ron Buzzeo and Sheriff candidate Harry Meredith about the college's expanding automotive services technology program. The candidates were accompanied by college administrators and staff members. Other candidates for office have also been invited to tour the campus.
BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE | CONTRIBUTED
CANDIDATE CLASS, PART II: Candidates facing primary challenges in N.C. Senate, N.C. House of Representatives, county commissioner and Beaufort County sheriff's races have been invited to Beaufort County Community College to meet with college officials to learn about issues facing the college in the coming year. They also have the chance to tour the campus and meet with faculty and staff. Pictured above, at left, Vice President of Research Jay Sullivan talks with Sheriff candidate Gary Blount, House candidate Mattie Lawson, commissioner candidate Ron Buzzeo and Sheriff candidate Harry Meredith about the college's expanding automotive services technology program. The candidates were accompanied by college administrators and staff members. Other candidates for office have also been invited to tour the campus.

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