of S.C. YOUNG REPUBLICANS
The Berkeley-Dorchester Young Republicans
provides monthly social and political activities for young Republican
adults from 18 to 40 years of age in Berkeley and Dorchester Counties.
High school and college students in this area
are welcome to get involved, as well as other interested Republicans
of any age in Berkeley and Dorchester Counties, as well as surrounding counties.
The Berkeley-Dorchester YR's meet
monthly at Sticky Finger's Restaurant on North Main Street in
Summerville. We meet there every 2nd Monday at 7 p.m.
Many of our members attend the
Lowcountry Conservative Republican Breakfast Club, which meets at
Kelly's BBQ Restaurant on US 78 between Summerville and Ladson.
The Breakfast Club meets at 9 a.m. every second Saturday of the month.
The public is more than welcome to
attend these events, and you don't even have to be in the YR's 18 to 40
age range to attend and show your support!
For more info, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org,
call Earl at 851-1068 or Bryan at 761-0554.
Young Republicans Chapter members meet with State House Speaker David
Wilkins, State House Majority Leader David Quinn and State House L-C-I
Committee Chairman Harry Cato.
Young Republicans Chapter members with
S.C. Attorney General Charlie Condon
Republicans support Gabriel Britt Reward Fund!
Gabriel Britt Reward Fund fundraising drive took place on the nights
of Friday, August 24 and Friday, August 31 and was a huge
success! YR volunteers greeted motorists entering Fort
Dorchester and Woodland High Schools in Dorchester County to solicit donations and raised over
the Gabriel Britt reward fund.
Gabriel Britt was
first reported missing, then found murdered in a lake near his home in
rural Dorchester County in March.
As law enforcement investigators have not yet identified the
culprit, his murderer remains at large.
Berkeley-Dorchester Young Republicans will continue to assist law
enforcement officials in identifying the killer, as part of our
ongoing commitment to making our counties a safer place to live.
Stay tuned for future projects to bolster public awareness of this
The reward fund has been organized through a partnership
between Dorchester County Sheriff Ray Nash, the St. George
Businessmanís Club, and Crimestoppers.
Anyone with information on the case is urged to call the Dorchester
County Sheriff's office at 563-3511 or Crime Stoppers at