Thursday, October 6, 2011

Diane Ellis leaving Pantano for Congress as Operations manager. We'll miss you, Diane!

New faces at Pantano for Congress & Fireworks

From:  Diane Ellis
To:       Benjamin Smith, Gerry Owens 

Date:  Thu, Oct 6, 2011 9:17 pm

Greetings everyone!

Due to family health concerns, I am stepping down as Operations Manager for Pantano for Congress. This has been a very tough decision to make. I'm certain all of you understand that God, Country, and Family have been and forever shall be my life. But don't think I'm gone aren't that fortunate. I will be attending as many events as I possibly can as a volunteer and in the future I plan on returning to Pantano for Congress.

So on that note, it is my pleasure to announce to you that Benjamin Smith is  assuming the duties of Field Operations Manager and Gerry Owens is assuming the duties of Office Operations Manager. Benjamin, Gerry and I have worked together for the past two months and they are awesome! They have great operational backgrounds and I know you will enjoy working with them as well. Feel free to stop by the office to visit them soon!

I am still 100% committed to Ilario and the campaign and will do whatever I can to help. 

My phone number is the same: 919.356.9651 and I can still be reached for the time being at my business email .

Thank you all for your continued support to Ilario and the campaign...... this is one Marine that must be in Washington to preserve the moral fiber of this great country, to ensure our economy returns to the prosperity that hard working people deserve, and to make what is wrong RIGHT! With YOUR help God's will be done and Ilario will be the next Congressman from the 7th Congressional District.

The city of Clinton is gearing up for the 25th Annual Court Square Street Fair and 18th Annual Court Square Barbecue Cook-Off, with events to take place in downtown Clinton on Saturday, Oct. 8, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. The city and its downtown merchants have perennially hosted the Court Square Street Fair for residents of Sampson and surrounding counties, and have regularly enjoyed a tremendous turnout!

The Sampson County Republican Party will have a booth open for candidates to meet and greet attendees. Please attend the event in you Pantano shirts and bring lots of smiles!!! Share your story of why you support Pantano for Congress....remember make it personal. Your personal story means more to people that anything else you can do! Make it happen!

Riverfest: Come out to Mike McCarley's beautiful riverside garden in Historic Downtown Wilmington this Saturday night, Oct 8, at 7:30pm, to view the "Invasion of the Pirates" Flotilla and Fireworks and get "fired up" for Pantano for Congress! Light refreshments will be served and the attire is "casual coastal". The location is on the Riverfront, 510 Surrey Street, Wilmington, 28401. A minimum contribution of $25 is required to attend. Please RSVP to 
Parking is located adjacent to the property on the left.

"Prosperity through Freedom. Peace through Strength."

Diane Ellis