Last updated: August 29. 2014 2:04PM -
By Kasie Strickland



Congressman Jeff Duncan was the guest speaker at the Easley Rotary Club on Aug. 19. Duncan spoke on many topics, mainly focusing on his views of corporate tax reformation, deportation hearings of unaccompanied minors from Central America, and the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also in attendance was former Cincinnati Bengals football coach Sam Wyche and Pickens County Meals on Wheels Director Meta James, sporting wigs to promote Friday's annual Food Fight Bowl between Easley and Pickens High School football teams, proceeds of which will benefit Pickens County Meals on Wheels.
Congressman Jeff Duncan was the guest speaker at the Easley Rotary Club on Aug. 19. Duncan spoke on many topics, mainly focusing on his views of corporate tax reformation, deportation hearings of unaccompanied minors from Central America, and the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also in attendance was former Cincinnati Bengals football coach Sam Wyche and Pickens County Meals on Wheels Director Meta James, sporting wigs to promote Friday's annual Food Fight Bowl between Easley and Pickens High School football teams, proceeds of which will benefit Pickens County Meals on Wheels.
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Congressman Jeff Duncan was the guest speaker at the Easley Rotary Club on Aug. 19. Duncan spoke on many topics, mainly focusing on his views of corporate tax reformation, deportation hearings of unaccompanied minors from Central America, and the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also in attendance was former Cincinnati Bengals football coach Sam Wyche and Pickens County Meals on Wheels Director Meta James, sporting wigs to promote Friday’s annual Food Fight Bowl between Easley and Pickens High School football teams, proceeds of which will benefit Pickens County Meals on Wheels.


Congressman Jeff Duncan was the guest speaker at the Easley Rotary Club on Aug. 19. Duncan spoke on many topics, mainly focusing on his views of corporate tax reformation, deportation hearings of unaccompanied minors from Central America, and the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also in attendance was former Cincinnati Bengals football coach Sam Wyche and Pickens County Meals on Wheels Director Meta James, sporting wigs to promote Friday’s annual Food Fight Bowl between Easley and Pickens High School football teams, proceeds of which will benefit Pickens County Meals on Wheels.

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