LC Rebublicans: Thank you for a successful summer

Posted 8/17/21

To the editor:

The Little Compton Republican Town Committee would like to thank everyone that supported us this summer. 

Our first annual car show was a great success, gathering donations …

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LC Rebublicans: Thank you for a successful summer

Posted

To the editor:

The Little Compton Republican Town Committee would like to thank everyone that supported us this summer. 

Our first annual car show was a great success, gathering donations for the local food bank. We are already planning next year's show. Recently, the pancake breakfast on the patio at the LC Community Center brought folks out for some lively music and delicious food. This event renewed a sense of community that has been missing since the onset of the COVID pandemic. Be on the lookout for our next community event, to take place place this fall.

Looking to get involved in making a positive impact in the community? Committee meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month.  If you would like to join the committee, e-mail us at  LCRTC02837@gmail.com. Our official Facebook page is here.

Mike W Rocha II

Mr. Rocha is chairman of the Little Compton Republican Town Committee.

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