Chatham Republicans to host candidate for State Superintendent of Schools on November 10

Pittsboro, NC – Following a very successful event earlier this month, with more than 260 people in attendance, Chatham County Republicans are ramping up efforts to promote Republican candidates who will advance the party’s efforts for freedom, prosperity, strength and a vision for the future. Over the next several months, events and volunteer opportunities will be added to the calendar in order to ensure that the party is ready for the 2016 elections.

The next event scheduled for Tuesday, November 10, 2015, will be an informative discussion about education in North Carolina, with special guest speaker and candidate for State Superintendent of Schools, Rosemary Fernandez Stein, MD.

Rosemary Fernandez SteinDr. Stein is the founder of the International Family Clinic in Burlington that serves underprivileged children in Alamance County, offering additional services in Spanish, French, Hindu and Hebrew. She has been a member of the Alamance Community College Board of Trustees since 2008.

Stein has treated and cared for children and their parents for 22 years and she understands that one of the most important factors to a child’s success is education.  She started a countywide after-school program, called the Mustard Seed Club, to provide elementary school children with after-school tutoring and religious education, and serves up to 200 children every year.

Dr. Stein will talk about what needs to be improved in our education system, the obstacles to improvement, and how each of us can help.

This meeting and interesting conversation will take place at the Historic Courthouse in downtown Pittsboro on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 at 7 pm. There is no charge for admittance however an RSVP would be appreciated at

FMI: Contact Brian Bock, Chair, Chatham County Republican Party by email at or call 919-357-7044