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Next up we head down to Gardner-Webb University, a private, Christian, Baptist-affiliated university, where we’ll address faith concerns about the amendment. While there, we’ll visit with Neighbors for Equality, an anti-amendment group formed from students of Gardner-Webb as well as concerned community members in the hamlet of Boiling Springs.
Shelby, N.C. Amendment One Panel Discussion
The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer
502 West Sumter Street Shelby, NC 28150
Wednesday, February 8, 2012, at 6 p.m.
Open to the Public
Including: Mother Valori (of Shelby's The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer) , Bishop Donagrant McCluney (Southerners on New Ground, Shelby, N.C., native), Rev. Nancy Petty (Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, Gardner-Webb Alum), and Tyler McCall of Neighbors for Equality.