Clay Aiken – Celebrating Halloween

Cann wishes you and your family an exciting and fun Halloween!

All Hallows Eve (Halloween) is a holiday celebrated on the night of October 31st. Traditional activities include trick-or-treating, Halloween festivals, bonfires, costume parties, haunted houses, and scary movies!

Clay….I hope that you and your family and friends have a wonderful Halloween Celebration! 

Kids, candy, masks, and tummy aches are all a memory forever!


Clay Aiken had a busy day on Thursday as he traveled through District 2 of North Carolina.  He stopped in the town of Angier, North Carolina.  Angier is in Harnett County and has a population of just under 5,000 residents.

Sharessa Pope Look who is in Angier right now! Clay Aiken!

Clay and his team, made a stop at Randolph Community College.

Randolph Community College is a public, two-year community college established to serve the citizens of Randolph County. The College began operation in 1962 as a joint city-county industrial education center under the direction of the Trades and Industrial Division, Department of Vocational Education. The college is headquartered in Asheboro near the geographic center of North Carolina.

Thanks to Dr. Shackleford and his great staff for the tour of Randolph Community College today! #NC02

Danielle Battaglia ‏@DBattagliaNR · The Clay Aiken bus. It’s starting to draw some fans

Franklinville, North Carolina is an former textile mill village located on the banks of the Deep River. It is in Randolph County and has a little over 1,100 residents.  Clay and the bus stopped in Franklinville for a meal at the Franklinville Restaurant.

Franklinville Restaurant Clay Aiken visited us today!

Another photo with Clay Aiken today is our beautiful chef, Miss Erika!

Clay held a Town Hall Meeting in Snow Camp.  The Snow Camp Farmers Market posted the following on FaceBook:

A Wonderful event at the drama site with Clay Aiken.
He came for a town hall meeting to the drama site.
He came well informed and dedicated to representing his district. … if you have a chance to hear him it is worth your Time.
Just the fact that snow camp was included on the tour is a sign of what he wants to represent.

Thank you clay for coming.

Clay ended the day with a nice message on his official Facebook page:

Just finished up a busy Thursday. Appreciate Franklinville Mayor Perry Conner taking the time to speak with me today and introduce me to Franklinville Restaurant! And thanks to all the folks who came to our Snow Camp town hall in Alamance County tonight. 5 days left!

Congratulations to Clay Aiken and his entire team.  You are running an amazing campaign.

Using a Campaign bus is making the trip almost magical.Just look at the faces of the people that are meeting you!

 5 Days Left!!!


I do not have anything on the Clay calendar for today.  However, it will be fun to see all the places Clay will visit and all the wonderful people he will meet.

Happy Halloween to All!

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